Okay, so I’m not really much like the MoMA, or even like a NaNO-MoMA (but I do like InterCaPs). When I was in grad school, I read somewhere about the enormous number of artworks that the MoMA owns that literally never get put on display. (Insert here myths about a vast underground labyrinth of treasures). When I learned that, I decided I didn’t want to create work that would just live in storage in perpetuity, so I created more ephemeral works. Mostly.
Fast forward -ahem- a *few* years and lo and behold, here I am with a storage space filled with art and art remnants. And it bothers me. So my goal over the next couple of months is to get all that work out of storage.
Of course there’s no point in throwing it all away, I am sure some of you out in the world have some space in your home that needs some art.
Here’s the deal, I am starting a Fine Art Foster program (the Fine Art Adoption Network is a great model).
Here’s how it will work:
So, anyone want some art?!
Here’s what is currently available:
Wow, that’s more than I thought it was! Well, if you are interested, contact me!
Pictured (from top to bottom): drought, travels abroad, eccentricites and 11.02