This is a development on from my Unfinished Prayer Cushion series, the crocheted bunting is constructed in the style of my handwriting, using one continuous thread, reading ‘I will always love you, as long as you don’t commit genocide’ because everyone’s got limits, right? 75 more words
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In a recent post we published a photo of a larger-than-life bronze head by Mexican artist Javier Marin, which was on display on a side street off the main plaza in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico.
“Hand Tied” is a project proposal that I am working on, to send to the Kohler Arts Center for their artist residency. This piece includes ideas I have used since the beginning of my MFA studies exploring hand knitting and building a physical connection between individuals through touch and textiles. 565 more words
Windsor councillors are mulling whether to fork over extra cash to refurbish some of the city’s public sculptures.
It’s been a tough winter for many municipal statues — including 34 in the Windsor Sculpture Park and another 18 pieces throughout the city — and a new report recommends dipping into reserve funds to repair the wear and tear. 229 more words