Additional Work

I will have some newer work on view during my open studios which hasn't been scanned and added to my website. But, here's a sneak peak: 

Winter Light II 12x9"

Winter Light II 12x9"

Winter Light I 12x15"

Winter Light I 12x15"

Peaks Island 15x58"

Peaks Island 15x58"


Art Residency in Arizona

I've been a bit remiss in updating the blog with what I've been up to--I am currently in gorgeous Oracle, Arizona doing a month long residency at Rancho Linda Vista. The views are breathtaking and the people wonderful. I feel very fortunate that they chose me, and it is looking to be a very productive month. 

Borrowed from: http://katherineclarkphoto.blogspot.com/2011_04_01_archive.html

Borrowed from: http://katherineclarkphoto.blogspot.com/2011_04_01_archive.html

My plan was to make paper using some of the natural materials found here, but unfortunatly there was a problem with the paper-pulp order. Which means I've adapted and am working 2D and having a great time doing so! Here is the first piece finished (apologies for the terrible photo quality):

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And, finally, some of my work is in a show in New York at the Jefferey Leder Gallery. It closes at the end of the month, so if you are in Long Island City, check it out! Otherwise, do it digitally. 

Exhibition Opening: Through the Vortex

Participating Artists: Shannon Beal, Nicola Ginzel, Natalie Moore Tempest NeuCollins & Ellen Schneiderman  Curated by: Margaret Flanagan  Opening Reception: Saturday, March 15 from 5-7 PM NARS Foundation 201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220  Gallery Hours Monday-Friday: 12-5pm and by Appointment Only   The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to present the opening of Through the Vortex, a group exhibition featuring the work of Shannon Beal, Nicola Ginzel, Natalie Moore, Tempest NeuCollins, and Ellen Schneiderman. Defined as a region of fluid where the flow spins around an invisible axis, a vortex is a massive force of transformation. Far beyond our strength, it sweeps up and changes all that it touches. The show investigates the root and result of the ability to alter our everyday existence, as though through the force of a vortex. These five artists highlight the modified state of realities through the manipulation and elevation of their materials. Shannon Beal examines the idealized reality of webcams and their occupants through the internet-viewer's window. Nicola Ginzel’s work embraces the ephemeral bits of everyday trash, and molds them into precious objects. Natalie Moore seeks fluid forms within the structure of steel mesh, imbibing them with a new existence. Tempest NeuCollins takes the landscape and develops it through her memories and relationships. Ellen Schneiderman forms her mounds by slowly and steadily building panels from paper, and discovers paintings emerging from the inside out. Though their process may differ, the altered resulting product remains the same. Carving its way through the ether, the vortex will not be stopped.

Participating Artists: Shannon Beal, Nicola Ginzel, Natalie Moore
Tempest NeuCollins & Ellen Schneiderman 

Curated by: Margaret Flanagan 
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 15 from 5-7 PM

NARS Foundation
201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220 
Gallery Hours
Monday-Friday: 12-5pm and by Appointment Only

 

The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to present the opening of Through the Vortex, a group exhibition featuring the work of Shannon Beal, Nicola Ginzel, Natalie Moore, Tempest NeuCollins, and Ellen Schneiderman. Defined as a region of fluid where the flow spins around an invisible axis, a vortex is a massive force of transformation. Far beyond our strength, it sweeps up and changes all that it touches. The show investigates the root and result of the ability to alter our everyday existence, as though through the force of a vortex.

These five artists highlight the modified state of realities through the manipulation and elevation of their materials. Shannon Beal examines the idealized reality of webcams and their occupants through the internet-viewer's window. Nicola Ginzel’s work embraces the ephemeral bits of everyday trash, and molds them into precious objects. Natalie Moore seeks fluid forms within the structure of steel mesh, imbibing them with a new existence. Tempest NeuCollins takes the landscape and develops it through her memories and relationships. Ellen Schneiderman forms her mounds by slowly and steadily building panels from paper, and discovers paintings emerging from the inside out.

Though their process may differ, the altered resulting product remains the same. Carving its way through the ether, the vortex will not be stopped.

updated website

Dear all:

I know that I have been awfully remiss in updating this website. Partly, it's because I rework everything over, and over, and over, and now that I'm out of school and have little time constraint on 'finishing', I can just do this endlessly. See: Times Square which started out this big:

 

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And ended up this big:

 

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Anyway, the website is updated! Finally! Not only that, but I CHANGED EVERYTHING. It's new, hip, and modern. Everything a fine art website should be. Check back, because, now, I promise, I'll be updating it CONSTANTLY. Really. 

-T.