It’s been a really long time since my last post and it feels great to be back!
Thanks to those of you who keep reading BoveyBlog.
This year has been totally insane and it is astonishing we are in November already. Where does the time go?
Oh, right, mine all went to cutting paper. Many people are curious how I create my work.
Here’s a slide show that offers insight into what it takes for me to make a cut paper piece. Hope you enjoy it.
A picture’s worth a thousand words.
It is not completely set up but I am excited to expand my work in this larger, sun filled space.
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I had an open studio this past Saturday for a group of guests. I didn’t do a lot of it because of my exhibition schedules; it is sometimes difficult to keep enough inventory for myself. But this past one, the timing worked out for me to have some works back from recent exhibitions before sending them out again. I managed to have about thirty cutouts, a third of them new works, to display not only in the studio but throughout the apartment. Majority of them are small to medium size. Since it is not an exhibition, I focused on showing the creative process with tools and materials, drawings, computer renderings, work in progress, unframed cutouts, and framed works organized so guests had a good idea what it took and was involved.