Briefly describe the work you do.
I create work that combines the flatness of two-dimensional paintings and the tactile nature of three-dimensional sculptures. I’m constantly playing with different materials and art-making processes. 858 more words
Artist Maddua Huacuja, the lead artist on the mural, brought a couple books on symbols of Native peoples to the Public Art Salon last Saturday. She had great conversations with Salon participants, including local artist Kenyatta who wrote the memorable chalk poem on the platform ramp of the Four Corners-Geneva Station last October. 628 more words
Last week, we hosted a spontaneous Public Art Salon session on Wednesday – we made signs to correspond with our activity stations: “Build the bench!” “Greeting Tiles” “Story Corner” and “Ur Symbols.” While painting was fun, we also sanded more wood, by popular demand. 385 more words