Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Monochromatic



Parker's 'colouring in' these days consists of using just one colour,
she gets stuck on one colour for a while and then moves on to a new one,
but rarely does she use more than one colour.
When she draws or paints she uses lots of colours.
It's and odd quirk that's amusing me at the moment!

4 comments:

Sayraphim Lothian said...

Hi! My name is Sayraphim Lothian and I organise group exhibitions around Melbourne. i wanted to invite you to be a part of Totem, the latest exhibition presented by Omnific Assembly.

Totem is a group exhibition exploring self identity through the resurging craft movement. Artists are invited to create a self portrait doll, not of how they look on the outside, but showing how they feel about themselves or how they secretly see themselves on the inside. These dolls will then be hung in the Fracture Galleries at Federation Square in Melbourne from 22nd of September to the 13th November as part of the Melbourne International Fringe Festival.

These dolls can be created from scratch (sewn, knitted, crocheted, carved, glued etc), conversions from pre-existing dolls, sculptural assemblages from any materials, found objects or anything else you can imagine. They can be a human, an animal, a mythical creature or anything else. They can be as fantastical or ordinary as each artist feels themselves to be. Artists can submit as many dolls as they wish. The venue can cater for dolls from 30cm to several metres.

The Totem exhibition recognises we live in a growing culture of alienation which results in an increasing suspicion of strangers and shame of the self. The central premise of Totem is that no matter how different from each other we might seem on the outside, we all feel the same on the inside and it expresses this through individually created dolls which expose each artists deepest sense of identity, demonstrating that the realm of human experience is the same no matter who we are.

To find out more, please visit www.omnificassembly.com.

To be a part of this exhibition please contact curator Sayraphim Lothian on them@omnificassembly.com

Please feel free to forward this to anyone you know that might be interested.

Bird Bath said...

I like it! She really follows through too - sometimes kids lose interest halfway through...
colouring is very relaxing.Great winding-down activity before bed around here.

Alby Mangroves said...

As I said to Stomper, Go Purple!

Kirsty said...

Kid phases are so interesting.