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Posting this mere minutes before I go to set up my booth at the Rice Creek Art Fair- If you’ve found this page after stopping by and grabbing my business card, thank you so much for taking an interest in … Continue reading
Completed a new dimensional piece recently- this little number i’ve been calling ‘Iso’ until I think of a better title. This will be added to online gallery, along with some more dimensional work, in the near future.
Finally some items have been updated on my Etsy page. Here are the new items: – ‘Mountains’ Paper cuttings now have the Midnight Blue and Purple options Listed -A mounted 12×12 “fancy” teal version of the ‘Linear’ paper cutting now … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who stopped by my booth at the rice creek art festival, it was a big success and I really enjoyed getting to meet and talk with so many new people. If you’ve arrived at this site … Continue reading
Currently here at Open Parentheses Studio we are looking forward to our first ever art fair attendance! The Banfill-Locke Art Center holds their Art at Rice Creek festival every year at their location in Fridley, MN and this year I’ll … Continue reading
It’s been a little while, so here is an update for what should be coming from me in the near future. -The winter was productive for setting up layouts for new paper art. Soon I’ll be looking at posting a … Continue reading
Only one night into the 2016 MCAd art sale and already several of my pieces have found good homes. I’m so happy that people have taken an interest in my work and wanted to leave a thank you message to … Continue reading
I’ve whipped up a new batch of shelves for the 2016 MCAD Art Sale, and here they are! The Orbit Shelves- Series I & II. Each set of shelves of shelves has a large version (3′-4′ in length) and a … Continue reading
Announcing some new work on the site: The Comet shelf is a redesign of my older Orbit shelves, with the same angular paper stone shelf but featuring a ballast made of laser cut acrylic. The second piece to highlight is … Continue reading