As I was sorting through old photos I came across these in progress photos. There’s something about in progress photos that show you how difficult a process really is. There is no instant gratification, its really hard work that takes time. And there is also something very humorous about these in particular. Floating cake, and half painted faces begin to recreate a moment very slowly.
#4 from mini blog series… Adrian modeling one of the first ever paper bird jackets I created last year in collaboration with a pretty old photo I took in Manila Philippines. Making connections with time and place
As I work on new paper head pieces, I want to capture a little bit of every detail. Here are shots of the papers I’ve painted, before cutting them up into little shapes. I use a water color technique but with acrylic paint. I love the way the colors bunch up in certain areas, forming crevasses like a topographical map
I finally sorted through the many photos from the KSW Celebrate Your Body Fashion Show in 2013. Here are close up shots of the head pieces I created. Made from wire, recycled paper, acrylic and ink paint.