winter

Snow Collage

  • January 13, 2017
Snow Collage

Snow collage, ash as medium, 40' x 20'. Existed for only a day. (But editioned prints of the work are available; contact info@nu4ya.com for details.)        

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Indigoicicle

  • February 18, 2014
Indigoicicle

No talk, just image.  Other outdoor works, snohenge and drawalkings HERE.

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Another Frost Song

  • January 22, 2014
Another Frost Song

Above: honeycomb, song, frost. Hand warmed, breath blown, weather grown. From a bee home, through a piano roll, onto a cottage window. Piano-roll blown song is "i could've danced all night". Breath is "mint". Frost is organic. And free range. Part of my ongoing outdoor ephemeral series: 1, 2, 3, See also this post for ash & snow, sun & ice failworks. More in the series below. Prints available.

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Ash & Ice, Sun & Snow, Wind & Wood, Fail & Fun

  • January 11, 2014
Ash & Ice, Sun & Snow, Wind & Wood, Fail & Fun

Successing the fail. The idea was to glitch some lace, use it as a stencil, with fireplace ash as spray paint, and white snow on the lake as the canvas. I limited my tools: sifter, fabric, bag of ash, a cardboard box. (Later allowed some broken branches into the mix). The cardboard was to add some linear elements and rectilinear knockouts -- my only condition was that it sorta had to have a digital look to it. Doing art outside solidly puts you back in your skin, and  attunes you to nature: you feel the wind (for the direction of the falling ash), observe incoming clouds (for how they’ll...

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Drawalkings & (s)no henge

  • January 4, 2011
Drawalkings & (s)no henge

Some para-studio work (or oxymoronically, holiday work.) A series of spontaneous earth/weatherworks, made for the sake of... making & moving. Done by walking, lifting, shuffling, skating, throwing, sliding, kicking, and snowangel-ing, while using ice, shadows, snow, sticks, skates, wind, fog and sun. Most are many hundreds of feet in size. Don’t know if anyone saw them. (Don’t care.) Some were documented, some weren’t. Don’t know how long any of them lasted, but one thing’s for sure: they’re all gone now.

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