Peripheral Shifts: A Group Book Art Exhibition (and how my latest body of work is still untitled)


I recently had work displaying as part of a group Book Arts Exhibition through Quad City Arts. Now that the work is complete and I’ve managed to miss every other major exhibition deadline, I felt like this would be a good time to post the finished work *laughs*.

For hi-resolution imagery (and an effort to save on WordPress storage space) please feel free to check these out on my Behance Portfolio.

This work is for sale currently on my small business website.

Peripheral shiftLOres (1 of 26)

‘Seek’ 23×30 inch mixed media shadowbox

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail It is quite difficult to capture the laser-etched plexliglass... le sigh.

“Seek” detail It is quite difficult to capture the laser-etched plexliglass… le sigh.

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail. Custom-created frame built and etched on the laser-cutter available within my studio space.

“Seek” detail. Custom-created frame built and etched on the laser-cutter available within my studio space.

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Seek" detail

“Seek” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" 23x30 inch mixed media shadowbox.

“Take Us Away From Here” 23×30 inch mixed media shadowbox.

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

"Take Us Away From Here" detail

“Take Us Away From Here” detail

On the horizon:

My new baby: otherwise known as the project I’m gearing towards possible graduate study.

How I just obtained my (volunteer) dream job.

Vendor events! 😀

2 thoughts on “Peripheral Shifts: A Group Book Art Exhibition (and how my latest body of work is still untitled)

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