I could relate the five Ws about this image, but I think the image tells it all. Enjoy!
First bloom of 2013. Astonished and grateful! “Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” –Mary Oliver
I’m so thrilled to share with you the catalogue of the three person exhibition, The Weight of Jupiter, I was part of at Enjoy in Wellington, NZ. The essay for the exhibition curated by Erica Van Zon, was written by clever Megan Dunn. Another reason why I fell in love with the land and people of New [...]
You Can Sing Me Anything, 2011 Installation at Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand Green ribbon Photos: Lance Cash You Can Sing Me Anything was part of a three person exhibition entitled The Weight of Jupiter in Wellington, NZ. The exhibition, curated by Erica Van Zon, included work by Lisa Benson and Zoe Rapley. For [...]
I’m thrilled to be part of The Weight of Jupiter, a three person exhibition in beautiful New Zealand. I’m in great company with artists Lisa Benson and Zoë Rapley. For the exhibition, curated by Erica Van Zon, I’ll have a ribbon floor installation entitled, You Can Sing Me Anything, 2011. Will post images and links [...]
Finding of the week: “I went from being an artist who makes things to being one who makes things happen” -Jeremy Deller Living as Form presented by Creative Time On view May 18-October 16, 2011 Essex Street Market building and throughout the Lower East Side, NYC Around the world artists and non-artists alike are blurring [...]
Wrap Yourself Around Me, 2011 Installation/performance at Towson University Reused fabrics, sketchbook and 50 yards of blue ribbon
Last week, I was fortunate to present a new project at Towson University in Maryland. The exhibition curated by Prof. Susan Isaacs and entitled Fluid celebrates the 75th anniversary of the American Abstract Artists. I was in great company with friends and artists, Lynne Harlow and Marthe Keller. The whole experience was simply wonderful — from the [...]
So scary — it’s November already. What happened to 2010? Hope you all had a great Halloween. Brooklyn looks beautiful in fall colors. Enjoy!
Flesh, mind, breath: 1 body, 1 color, 1 continuous line.
Crash into Me, 2007-2011 Site-specific installation at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY (2007) Museo de Arte de Caguas (MUAC), Caguas, Puerto Rico (2010) Pacific Northwest College of Art, Feldman Gallery, Portland, OR (2010) Fluorescent orange and hot pink ribbons In Crash into Me, my intention is to dynamically change the architecture of the space [...]
Flesh, mind, breath: 3 knots, 3 colors, 3 points.
I’ve been fascinated by triangle pose (Trikonasana) since I began practicing yoga. This is a pose that I try to do everyday, even if it is for a couple of minutes at lunch time. It really makes me feel good. What I find magical about the pose is how our bodies become geometry, basic shapes [...]
The feeling of showing work is always wonderful, but when the exhibition is at home — Oh, that feels awesome! I’m happy to write that the site-specific installation, Museo de Arte de Caguas (MUAC), Puerto Rico. There is lots to see in Elsa Melendez for inviting me to participate in the exhibition. And as always, [...]
Photo: Julius Shulman (1910-2009) Case Study House #2, 1960 by architect Pierre Koenig. Shulman’s photograph is so amazingly simple and beautiful. The film Visual Acoustics looks like a must see for those that love everything Modern. I do! About the film: Visual Acoustics celebrates the life and career of Julius Shulman, the world’s greatest architectural photographer, whose [...]
I used to see myself as an artist that liked to run and to practice yoga. After years of equally enjoying all three — one day — they suddenly merged. Yoga for me is that special place where I’m just myself as I flow through poses like mountains, trees, triangles and warriors. I find all [...]
This morning, it was 70 degrees with a beautiful clear and blue sky. I ran towards DUMBO and decided to stop next to the Brooklyn Bridge to absorb it all — the sky, the water, birds, and the view of the Bridge and Lower Manhattan. I thought of the excitement that is about to begin, [...]
In honor of Earth Day and the Boston Marathon, I decided to go for a run in one of the most beautiful places in Brooklyn, Frederick Law Olmsted and Central Park. While enjoying the awesome energy of all the runners, I noticed a family walking in the park. The father and daughter were holding hands. [...]
This morning, I unconsciously ran toward the Brooklyn Bridge. I was still a bit sleepy when I realized I was on the bridge and about to get to the first anchorage. At that moment, I looked up and noticed that the sky was pink and the sun was a huge orange ball. I ran back [...]
The week has been full of emotions. My head is spinning. Yesterday, I sat down and attempted to write coherently, but couldn’t. Here is what I came up with while running this morning: *Everyone has been so supportive. Feeling loved is definitely the best thing in life. *It was hard to write a resignation letter. [...]