In August, I transformed my studio space, a barn, into a living space. Each stable holds a room where you will find paintings and objects I have created. In the main hall in the barn, additional nooks have been added. I used the seasons as a loose framework for the color and textures employed while I looked to all four “corners” of the United States for stylistic inspiration.
All photos by Keith Morgan.
More of this photo shoot here.
Is Savannah the only town in
America the world where one of its citizens can make a conceptual (& respectful) portrait of the mayor (Edna Branch Jackson), ask her to get with a program that began 100 years ago and absolutely no one says a word spoken, written or “shared”.
This Sandoz looks great in Anna Wintour’s Bellport house. Just kidding about the last part. I just learned how to make a texture map (How did I not know this was a practice?).
Find a great photo on the internet and place your work on or inside the file. Fastidiously move and adjust pixels. So fun. Creative!
Make sure you give credit to the photographer and those publishing.
I’m pleased to be included in the Westobou Festival exhibition CURRENTS curated by Susan Laney of Laney Contemporary. All SCAD graduates, the artists’ works will fill in the interior and exterior of the old Academy of Richmond County building. The Augusta, Georgia cultural festival offers events in film, dance, music, visual arts, theatre as well as a sponsored “Color Run”, lecture series and free ferris wheel rides. An artist panel takes place on October 3rd at 3 p.m. A reception for the exhibit begins the same day at 5 p.m. following by a concert with Amos Lee and others..
“Exploring themes of movement and place, visual artists katherine sandoz, Will Penny, Marcus Kenney, Tobia Makover, Melinda Borysevicz, Elizabeth Winnel and Michael Porten interpret and create through a variety of media and disciplines. The exhibition will include works that integrate different media, from figurative painting and sculpture to encaustic photographs to site-specific installations that include projection mapping and video.”
October 1 – October 5th at the old Academy of Richmond County in Augusta, Georgia.
October 3rd Artist panel and reception beginning at 3 p.m
ArtInfo recently posted an article and slide show featuring painter and multi-disciplinary artist Elizabeth Winnel. She discusses the conceptual underpinning and making of her series of “lips” as well as her involvement in the Laney Contemporary curated exhibit CURRENTS to take place at the Westobou Festival next week.
Winnel’s work on ArtInfo quickly went viral on their North American site. The combination of her lush paintscapes and her no-nonsense discussion of her work leaves her name on everyone’s lips!