I fit all of my materials in a shoe box - scissors, glue, paper, and watercolors. I spent my time making small watercolor collages, sketching, writing, reading, and walking. My plan is to develop this project into a series of small paintings on panel. My two week residency flew by and the collages were very time intensive. I spent the last two days snapping photos and making sketches so that I could return home with plenty of information.
The Warp Whistle Project returned to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts for a four week residency in Amherst.
About the Warp Whistle Project:
In January I had the pleasure of traveling to Doha as the Fanoon Visiting Artist at Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar. Throughout the week, I made screen prints with the help of Assistant Professor, Zach Stenson and his painting and printmaking students.