Posted by Cynthia Inaba on July 22, 2010 - 11:05am
On July 15th, I sat down with current Artist-in-Residence, Jeanine Briggs, to learn more about her artistic background, the journey and inspiration behind her found object artwork, and the ideas that created the participatory project of an early 21st-century Detritussaurus.
Posted by Cynthia Inaba on July 14, 2010 - 10:46am
Out past the lines
Poems from the residency
Posted by Cynthia Inaba on July 7, 2010 - 12:34pm
Walking into the Kimball Education gallery this month, a visitor might experience a childhood flashback of placing collector cards in the wheel spokes of your first bike, or scenes from Pixar’s recent film, WALL-E. In Jeanine Briggs' Transfigurations, the artist-in-residence incorporates trash and found materials in a variety of forms including small characters, masks, and fu
Posted by Cynthia Inaba on July 6, 2010 - 2:38pm
One guest during my residency mentioned that he liked the larger canvas of a vest better than, say, a small pouch. I think I smiled and nodded at the time. It was towards the end and my desire to take up each and every teachable moment had waned somewhat. I've slept some now so: I don't make my work for entirely decorative reasons.