So this happened. . .
This week I'm working out of Hilton Head, SC instead of Columbus, OH.
I packed lots of sunscreen and several boxes of laser cut cardboard material and have set up shop on our hotel balcony to work on my tumbleweed pieces for the Rooms to Let project. It's funny to be right next to the beach, but making things for a very specific land-locked community in the midwest.
Each architectural tidbit that I add onto a tumbleweed has been modeled directly from the prevailing architecture in the NOBO district of Columbus. They are starting to look like debris-balls, which I think is appropriate. Come to the opening on May 18th and we'll see how they roll!
Some images from my show at ROY G BIV, on display through May 25th.
There were some super supportive people that helped me with various projects, production and pulling it all together and I want to acknowledge all their wonderful contributions. Mark Eberhardt, Laurie and Jeff Ihlenfield, Nikki Smetters, Amy Picknell, Amy Schweizer, and Allison Chapman.