For the 21214 ArtScape Gallery Network show at the
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
II. Vip Vop
III. Slip Slop
IV. Hot & Tot
The above photo shows the interiors of the tins, minus the faces/doors. Below are photos from the opening night…
Some folks in the Land of the Dead are as interested in returning to life as we are in staying alive. Here’s a scene from a prestigious philosophical society in the Land of the Dead – The Resurrection Research Society.
This is 10″ x 10″, shown at the bottom.
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).