July 16, 2009

Hollow

ink drawing // digital tones
8 x 10 prints // $15 // archival ink on watercolor stock

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ARTIST TALK

This Tuesday, July 21st, Andy, myself, Lindsay and Allison will be giving a short talk about our show ATOMIC HEARTS @ Space 242, from 7 -8pm.
After the talk, the show will only be open one more Friday (July 24th) then we're gone like prawns!

Space 242 // 242 E. Berkeley St. // Boston, MA

We hope to see you there!
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My youngest sister leaves for England today! She is traveling with a group of exchange students for two weeks, crossing through the UK from London, to Ireland, then to Scotland. I'm so happy for her - I had the opportunity to see Ireland and No. Ireland in 2001, and it changed my life!

Friend, writer, and amazing world traveler, Joan Gage, gave us this very cool piggy toy from her recent trip to Africa. He squishes completely flat like Gak when you throw him, and pops up like normal!

14 comments:

  1. That drawing is sooo lovely! I love that she's so sad. She is so freakin' cute. How do you do it?!?!?!? Awesome clay mush guy eating your thumb.

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  2. Really nice twist on the the theme, and the way the doll is used is very clever. Beautifully done.

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  3. Great interpretation of "hollow". Color/texture really nice.

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  4. Great illustration!

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  5. So sad...
    I like this!

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  6. Nice colors, good angle, I like the halftone background.

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  7. Hiya Veronica, Love your heartbroken Babushka image! You clever clogs you! : )

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  8. I like colours, yellow and red is great!

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  9. oh wow. great concept!

    that is an awesome toy!

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  10. A matrushka! Awesome

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  11. Gorgeous drawing, as usual.

    I'm excited for your art for 5 thing to come in the mail!! Whoo!

    Also I want that toy thingy. We used to have gooey hands when I was little, on long gooey strings. So you would hold the end of the string and whip the hand at a wall or something, and it would stick. Lots of gross fun. :)

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  12. I remember those toys! You could get them for 50 cents near the exit of the supermarket.

    The worst part was when you accidentally drop it on a dirty floor and it's covered in awful things.

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  13. Hehe, love the pig toy. That's pretty cool.

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