Things have slowed down just enough that I could sift through my pictures to post some images from the M(i)(A)cro: A Contemporary Drawing Exhibition. In the next few weeks I’m going to try and get all the pictures up on this site that I can because, since the exhibition is in Massachusetts, many of you were unable to go check it out. So, I’m going to try my best to give you the best virtual experience I can. We have received an unbelievable amount of positive feedback and congratulations on the success of this exhibition. Overall it turned out much better than I expected. If you get the chance before May 20th, please go check it out — much hard work went into it and the show is definitely meant to be experienced in person.
This series of photos documents the installation of my largest wall drawing/painting to-date, titled I.C.B.M. (I’m ok, you’re so-so). The dimensions are approximately 27 feet wide by 10 feet tall. It is painted directly on the wall from a projected image of a smaller pen & ink drawing that I did (which is also part of the exhibition). It is Part 2 of a 3-part series (more on that in a later post). You will see in the images below that I had some help. Yes, for the first time I had two local artists help me install the wall drawing — it would have been impossible for me to have done it all by myself in the limited 4 days that I was in town installing the exhibition. So, thanks to Sofya Belinskaya and Raleigh Strott for their much appreciated assistance (click on their names to traverse to their respective websites).
The last image is credited to photographer Peter Vanderwarker who was generous enough to professionally document the entire exhibition. More of his photos to come in the next few posts.
One Response to “I.C.B.M (I’m ok, you’re so-so)”
May 9th, 2012 at 7:45 pm
Wow! Awesome, love the depth of field!