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.
I came back from New York last week to attend the Armory Show and Scope. I had works in both art fairs. In The Armory Show, Gavlak Gallery that represents me in Palm Beach, Florida chose “Rolling Roses.” At Scope, Grotto Fine Art showed “Wingtip Voyage,” “Dragging Cows Up a Tree,” and “Wash, Cut, Dry.”
Several blogs selected my works as one of their best picks:
Opening Ceremony – Scoping Out the 2013 Scope Art Fair
Arts Observer – Spotted During Armory Arts Week: Incredible ‘Paper’ Creations
New York Art Leaf – Scope New York 2013
From left: Wingtip Voyage, Dragging Cows Up a Tree, Wash, Cut Dry, at Scope New York with Grotto FIne Art, Mar 6-10, 2013
Grotto Fine Art booth, Scope New York, Mar 6-10, 2013
“Rolling Roses” in The Armory Show with Gavlak Gallery, Mar 6-10, 2013
Overlapping BLOOM/Bovey Lee was ART HK, a major international art fair in Hong Kong. ART HK last year attracted approximately 60,000 audiences in just a short few days.
Acquired by and produced with Art Basel, ART HK 12 took place on two floors at the sprawling and enormous Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre from May 17-20. I had the pleasure to attend this year and my cut paper “Bamboo Ballet” was shown with Grotto Fine Art, a leading contemporary gallery representing my work in Hong Kong.
Below is a slide show of the art fair during the VIP preview on May 16.