Interior Motives

For the 21214 ArtScape Gallery Network show at the Hamilton Gallery.

These use the same approach as that of the The Death Watch Beetle diorama, where there is a paper door attached to the Altoids tin that opens to an inner world.

I. FLIM FLAM

I. Flim Flam

II. VIP VOP

II. Vip Vop

III. SLIP SLOP

III. Slip Slop

IV. HOT & TOT

IV. Hot & Tot

V. NOIR

V. NOIR

Work in progress, a view inside altoid tins

The above photo shows the interiors of the tins, minus the faces/doors. Below are photos from the opening night…

All 5 tins on display
Me, standing next to the work which is hanging on the gallery wall

The City of Lost Things

Here’s another shadow box for my upcoming show. It makes use of cut-paper shapes. The City of Lost Things (on Pine Island) is where those things that go missing turn up.

This is in a 10″ x 10″ frame. I forgot to photograph it in my studio after it was fully assembled, so here’s a photo from my phone, which shows how it turned out (in a rough, pixely way).

The City of Lost Things

Three works on display in Greenbelt