Green Art in Green Spaces
The first installation of many more to come…. green art for green spaces. Why would one go to the trouble of building or renovating a new space, certify it “green” and then install art that didn’t reflect a shared concern for the environment… right??? We know that art and design are an important aspect of […]
An Interview With Eco Divas TV
Taryn Hipwell from Eco Divas asks a few questions about being “An Eco Installation Designer”: “http://ecodivastv.com/Blog/wordpress/?p=231
A Mental Note To…
See and read more about my sculptural installation entitled “MENTAL NOTES” Youtube Linda Linda Lewett, a filmmaker at ARTtv documented the installation at Maiden Lane- an exhibition space curated by Elisabeth Akkerman in Lower Manhattan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbRRoAtH0u4 Inhabitat.com Author Abigal Doan writes for Inhabitat: “With cast-off book pages, old dress patterns and newspapers collected from various […]
Loosing Touch With Reality
See the inspiration behind “Loosing Touch With Reality” Anne Marsh writes about ” Loosing Touch With Reality” in Issue #37 of “INDESIGN” Magazine, an Australian publication
In Pursuit of Wire Hangers…
While in pursuit of wire hangers for my “Why Our Hangers?” project, I read about a green organizer- Julie Naylon in Daily Candy LA. http://www.dailycandy.com/los_angeles/article/41997/You+Gotta+Go Julie has a great mission: No Wire Hangers is a green home organizing business that emphasizes living a more ecologically-minded lifestyle. Not only will your home run more efficiently, but […]
Why Our Hangers?
Until I come up with a compelling design for an installation using collected, plastic water bottles, I’ll continue to work on other sculptural projects including: “Why Our Hangers?” “Why Our Hangers?” consists of two large scale, teardrops made of collected wire hangers. Together (and they may produce more teardrops) they comment on the rate at […]
Another Reason to Let Nature Make the Flowers
Our convenient, one time-use, plastics end up as tiny pieces of plastic in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. For more startling information about “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch” go to http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/200905/message.aspx
By definition, greensward is “an area of fresh green turf”. This is an area of fresh green turf; not the mowed, manicured and toxic kind… but rather an organic intersection of artful and natural discoveries that generate ideas for a greener future by re-connecting with our greener past.