These works were created using objects that I find on the streets of Mexico, in the trash, reclaimed from recycling centers, and in thrift stores north of the border.
It has been twenty years since I saw images of Joseph Cornell's work and thought:
"that's for me."
Since then, saving objects from the landfill and breathing new life into them still keeps me awake, late into the night.
Eternal thanks to my love, Eli Hans. My favorite objet trouvé.
Thanks so much for looking,
San Miguel de Allende, MX
Was It Worth It?, 12x9x4 in. $500 usd
You're invited to the closing exhibition of Twenty Years Later on Saturday, October 12, 2019 in San Miguel Allende.
This exhibition, described as "evocative and visually poetic work" is on view at The Studio Space, Subida al Caracol 11.
Join us for this free event on Saturday, October 12 from 5-8 pm.
And THANK YOU for supporting the arts!
Such a Blessing, 15x10x6 in. $495 usd