This week in the Artist Residency in Motherhood I have been working with nets, making and sculpting with paper and feeling generally directionless.
My county is moving into Phase I of reopening the economy today. This brings the same level of uncertainty to my mind as the closing of schools did in March. I was privileged to have appreciated being paused. Now I am trying to remember what I was doing before March 16th and possibly reevaluating those goals.
But with certainty I can say, until my daughter returns to school I will be here full time mothering and making art.
From the Residency Studio this week…
WIP, homemade copper ink on paper
WIP, mud dyed yarn net as a cobweb in the kitchen
Experimenting with ways to display my foraged clay vessels.
Paper bead experiment. With dryer lint, studio paper scraps and my mothers t-shirts.
Paper making process
Thank you for following my ARIM journey!