- Elevator / Ground Floor: Yes
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Child-Friendly Art: Yes
- Pet-Friendly Building: Yes
- Strollers Welcome: Yes
My studio is at Screwball Spaces: an artist community with over 140 artists on the edge of Red Hook, steps from the famous food trucks.
By wrapping a tree in washi and creating a rubbing with handcrafted charcoal, I can capture the wood surface patterns. By using these tree rubbings to wrap various objects around us, a certain kind of unity is born, even if the trees are from varying locations or species.
I work with the fibers and translucency of washi, the smell of burning wood, and artificial, clear plastic. Recently, I also collect pebbles and rubbles of man-made objects. It may be a flimsy world, but we who cling to its surface are sure to be a part of something deeper.