Join us on May 3rd for an Artist Demo with Kimberly Stoney, who will give a hands-on demonstration of how she recreates images from life to make abstract collages. Kimberly will share how she prepares the colorful pattern papers used in her multi-layered collages. As Kimberly says, the sense of possibility when holding a “piece of color” is intensely inspiring and sparks the question “what if” that underlies her collaging process.
“I love to tear, fold, and crumple, thin pieces of paint, stained papers and layer them in unexpected compositions, punctuated with active mark making. My collage paintings are inspired by the mundane moments in my daily life: folding laundry, chauffeuring a child, walking in the woods. I’m interested in creating and covering, revealing the layers in my own working process.”
Image: Kimberly Stoney, There Are Things Down There You Wouldn’t Believe