A key part of my art practice is stretching my boundaries and trying new things: new techniques, new materials, or new combinations. I enjoy taking workshops where I get exposed anything outside my normal practice .
This weekend I am looking forward to “Sticks and Stones ” workshop presented by Alice Vander Vennan http://www.alicevandervennen.ca/prod/workshops.asp
No matter what area of interest , I strongly believe that you are never too old, nor too “expert” to learn. Just see how the youngest saplings teaches us all to stay rooted, and reach high.
Save the Date!
I am thrilled to be part of the 13th Juried Emerging Sculptors Exhibition presented by the Sculptor’s Society of Canada Exhibition Aug 15 – September 7th. Hope to see you at the Opening Reception Aug 16, 6:30pm
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I am extremely pleased to have my art pieces selected for the upcoming exhibit “Open Book – An Exploration of Books as Art” at the Whitestone Gallery. The show runs from March 1- 29th. Opening reception will be March 3rd, 2012 2-4 p.m. Be sure to check out this exciting and unique show!
80 Norfolk Street
Please join me at Nancy Farrell’s Fine Art Studio this weekend as part of the Guelph Studio Tour. Nancy is my fellow artist in reveDna collective and she will be showing her solo work. Aysseef will be working on reveDna art works in Nancy’s studio on Friday and Saturday. Please drop by and be inspired by our stash of found materials!
Friday Oct 14th 7pm-9pm
Saturday Oct 15th 10am-6pm
Sunday Oct 16th 11am-5pm
I will be featured in the Sept 6th issue of PAPIRMASSE. Please check out my poem “What I did on my summer vacation”
From the Papirmasse website www.papirmasse.com:
“Our postcard contest garnered entries from all over the world.
Here, in no particular order, are the winners. Their winning entries will be
posted online September 6 when we reveal our September issue online.”
I am happy report that “Corn” by reveDna Collective won Honourable mention at “Time Frame”. My piece “Saw clock” in the same show has been sold.
“Time Frame” features a wide variety of wonderful art: photography, painting, and mixed media – by a group of talented artists. This shows runs until July 10th at the beautifully restored Alton Mill Gallery. A trip to the mill site, galleries and surrounding countryside is definitely worth the trip and makes for a wonderful outing for the whole family. www.altonmill.ca
Ayseef (pronounced A – see – eff) is the phonetic spelling of the letters “A C F”. These are my initials.
Ayssef is a complex issue and here you will find the basics of why Ayseef may be dormant.
Ayseef is nirgendwo.
Ayseef does not seem to move or do do anything, yet Ayseef is always in motion.
Ayseef keeps her hands warm by building a sculpture from nothing.
Ayseef keeps her feet warm by scavenging teh streets for found objects.
I don’t know what Ayseef is. You tell me once you figure it out.
Ayseef is nirgends.
Somedays Ayseef does not exist.
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Coming soon: the answer to “Who or what is Ayseef?”