Low-Commitment Projects: Making Mends

by brittany on September 26, 2016

making mends stapled leaf

I repaired a bunch of stuff (poorly) for this week’s Low-Commitment Projects.  It is called Making Mends.

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Low-Commitment Projects: A Wooden Bar

by brittany on September 12, 2016

a wooden bar

This is one of my favorite projects I’ve done in recent memory.  I’d been thinking about it for ages.  A Wooden Bar is a set of painted sculptures (acrylic on MDF) representing a complete bar on a reasonable budget.  In my mind, these are like props.  See more photos on Low-Commitment Projects.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Air Force Ones

August 29, 2016

You can see a set of four Air Force Ones on Low-Commitment Projects this week.  They’re 11″ x 16.25″ stained wood panels.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Yaddo Map Paintings

August 15, 2016

This is a series of paintings (and one drawing) I began while in residence at Yaddo.  I spent days walking along each path and road, using a running app to track my movements.  I used this and google satellite view to create a new Yaddo map, then started the paintings based on that landscape.  See Yaddo […]

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Low-Commitment Projects: Pool Patterns

August 1, 2016

Pool Patterns is my latest Low-Commitment Project.  I created these painters and masking tape patterns on the fence surrounding the pool at Yaddo.  The sad part was the removal–it took longer to take the tape off than to put it on.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Mis-packaged Foods, Part 2

July 4, 2016

I continued this series, and you can see Mis-packaged Foods, Part 2, as this week’s Low-Commitment Project.  These are pepper sardines.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Mis-packaged Foods, Part 1

June 20, 2016

These Tomatillo Eggs look sort of like eggs with emo hair to me.  See them and the rest of the project, Mis-packaged Foods, Part 1, at Low-Commitment Projects.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Rope Landscapes

June 6, 2016

I’ve been working on this project for ages, and I’m pretty sure I’m not done.  I dyed a bunch of rope, then sewed it into mountainous and island-ous landscapes.  See them as this week’s Low-Commitment Project:  Rope Landscapes.

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Low-Commitment Projects: National Park Mini Posters, Part 2

May 23, 2016

This week on Low-Commitment Projects, Part 2 of my National Park Mini Posters.  Go there and print them out for yourself.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Matisse Centerfolds

May 6, 2016

I made cut-outs inspired by Matisse’s, but based on Playboy and Playgirl images.  Warning:  awkwardly cut and lumpy paper nudes on Low-Commitment Projects in Matisse Centerfolds.

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