I made a painting for my little videos to be projected onto. Trying to always combine different things into a single mess for everything to seem more clear to me.
To view and listen to the projections, follow the link below:
During the month of November, I had a display in the Fishbowl II window of Blackfish Gallery facing NW 9th Avenue near the Pearl District. It was terrifying and weird, yet educational. When I came back to take down the exhibit, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I sold two paintings to an unknown buyer (World on Fire and Drones and Rain).
Little bit of news:
- I have an updated page on my portfolio for sound/video things – had to scratch an itch that wasn’t painting-related and I had some fun. I plan to do more sometime in the future, but for now it’s back to painting so I have enough new work to show in the fall! Someday during my lifetime, I would like to try and project these onto paintings at a show – even though it may not end up looking or sounding as right as it does in my head. Remember that these are amateur/experimental and I really don’t take myself that seriously as a sound or video artist (and my computer is a decade old). To see them, follow this link: Video & Audio
- There’s still time to see the exhibit up at Concordia University Portland Library – it runs until August 30th.
I added new photographs and assemblages – all of them can be viewed here: https://sylviedakotahuhn.com/photographs/
The opening reception of my exhibit at the George R. White Library & Learning Center at Concordia University Portland went smoothly – much gratitude to the folks who came out (and to the catering table). My friend of a decade came up to visit, and I was gifted a cataloging rules book circa 1908 from my former exhibitor friend Amanda (Backstory Books) – I geeked out hard. The show will be up until the very end of August.
NE 21st and Multnomah (blue sunshine)
18 x 24 inches
mixed media on canvas