Sunday, January 20, 2008

White Cube

This morning through a friend of mine I discovered the artwork of Doris Salcedo and quickly viewed her work on the website http://www.whitecube.com . Not only was Salcedo's work interesting but I found a plethora of artists that engaged me. It will never cease to amaze me that I have so much information availabe to me at the click of a mouse.

I have the leisure of surfing this morning as I print information brochures on my upcoming encaustic workshops at the Atlanta Artists Center. Working with a small group of artists is really a pleasure. When I was conducting my "Exploring Abstraction" workshops, we had so much fun. I made as many discoveries as the participants did. That's the way it is with mentoring or teaching, a great way to energize.

2 comments:

Little House Art Studios said...

Great site! I love Liza Lou's work...she is the gal that beads everything. (a muse after my own heart!)

Would have loved to have taken that abstract class...I need to start painting again.

Thanks for the info on the Women's Museum. ;)

Helen DeRamus said...

Check out the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia. We are really a regional group (members in NC, SC and LA) and we have at least four members SC. It might be worth it just to participate in the group exhibits. We're scheduled for an exhibit I believe in January of 09 at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. The website is http://www.wcaga.org. Check it out and happy painting.