Saturday, February 26, 2011

moss garden

wall reliefs by anna betbeze at kate werble gallery

from the nytimes review:
These titles (and the show’s title, “Moss Garden”) refer to Michel Foucault, who lectured that “the garden is a rug onto which the whole world comes to enact its symbolic perfection, and the rug is a sort of garden that can move across space.”

Tuesday, February 15, 2011


i love working at home (and i'm not just saying that because i can't afford a studio!) it can get really messy, but i love living with my sculptures and there are so many interesting art/life overlaps that occur. also, it really makes sense for my current body of work to be made in a home because of the themes i'm working with.


Art from Found Materials (discarded and natural) by Mary Lou Stribling, Crown, NY, 1970

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


what is it about pineapples?
i wish i knew...

the beginnings (?) of my unintentional pineapple monkey pod collection
a visitor at my apartment

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

magic horse

during a studio visit with chris martin, he noticed a plastic horse in my studio and told me that whenever i had a question about my art, i should ask the horse. for some reason, i left that horse in vermont and have been lost ever since. until... i found a new one at a flea market this weekend! all of my questions can now be answered.