The Art and Agriculture Project - Click for more details
The first set of images are from our June 4, 2016 Installation and Community Interactive Performance piece called SWEEP in Charleston, SC with Enough Pie. After submitting our Installation Proposal we were selected by a Jury for participation with this community event.
The interior images share one of the work spaces in the Laurel Cabin at Wild Acres Retreat, Little Switzerland, NC during a two week Artist Residency, May 2014, to work on The Art and Agriculture Project.
While in residency, farms were visited in the Western North Carolina interviewing and photographing farmers and their farms. Time allowed the opportunity to expand a body of work related to the project with paintings, photography, writing, printmaking, fabric dyeing and new clay works.
A second residency has been awarded at Wild Acres for 2016. This residency is to allow for time to complete works for The Art and Agriculture Project exhibit at Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC during the Fall 2016.