Wunderkammer above my bed — the place of inspiration for this project
I did tests on small stones before collecting and committing myself to larger ones.
I wrote about the project a few days ago, but…I am in the process of designing and making the parts to create a Christmas window at a shop-gallery in Bar Harbor, Maine. I install on Monday, and it is shaping up nicely. Today is Thanksgiving, but our family is celebrating tomorrow and so today is a giant work day — long and delicious.
In the vein of long, delicious work days, I have started my day by watching the sunrise (it was another beautiful one), reflecting on my amazing road trip from yesterday (still working on writing about that one), and designing a giant Wunderkammer that is three windows large for the holiday window project.
Silhouettes — Partridge in a Pear Tree and Two Turtle Doves
Here are some links pour vous….perhaps you will like them and they will help you (and I) understand what I am doing….
Why is a Wunderkammer kitsch? from La Rocaille — one of my new favorite blogs.
and just in case you need a refresher on who Andre Breton was….
The Joseph Cornell Box – I am trying to justify buying this book right now…Joseph Cornell is a huge inspiration on all of my artworks and projects…
This is a great blog dedicated to window displays in London, and it is WONDERFUL!!! I am very sad to be missing the windows in New York City this year. But, as they say, if you build it, they will come! (Or something…) Here’s to a day of creativity, art-making, inspiration, walking, listening and looking!!!
A day of composing is a day well spent…