Chattanooga-based artist Kate Roebuck shares her studio with us for a behind-the-scenes look at how she creates her distinctive work.
“When the weather permits, I love to forage for branches and plants outside to draw from life— though throughout the winter my 'foraging' often means a trip to the local wholesale florists coolers.”
“When I’m looking for plants to draw from, I like to think about the basic elements of design. These delicate plants can articulate power and dominance just within their form, or their hardy existence can exemplify grace and line.”
“ I'm always amazed at what you can see when you open your eyes.”
Damien Davis' February Study Session at the Whitney Museum featured a 99-component, participatory sculptural project inspired by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.