Well, we all are in the final stages of completing and setting up our work in the Gallery. Lots of nice work will represent eight weeks of collaborations, studies, observations, and processes. We all have something to take away from our experience as an ITE fellow that will effect the way we view at the world and perhaps our selves as artists and crafts people.
Winnie sifts the sawdust collected from the wood fellows work over the course of the last month. The evidence of their labors.
Rex wraps things up physically and philosophically.
Past ITE fellow Miriam Carpenter stops by for a chat with Albert and Rex Kalehoff.
Karen Schoenewaldt and Zina decide on location and placement of her work.
Rex Kalehoff speaks with Karen about where his work would like to live for the next 7 weeks.
Adrien Segal decides on placement for one of her wall sculptures.
Zina decides to validate that I too exist.
Rex sets up his work: new and past pieces.
Five of Winifred’s (Winnie’s) photos of each of the fellows’ hands involved in their creative processes.
Julia Harrison sets up her work with Grant Vaughan’s pieces in the foreground.