Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico: Tamara Wilson, 2012
Item #: 110807
100% of proceeds go to the artist.
NOTE: This listing is for ONE "pencil" (image shown is a detail from an installation view of 24 "pencils" on a wall, exhibited in 2012).
An original "pencil constructed of yellow, gray, pink and beige felt with blue and red thread. This work is from an open edition by the artist (not signed). Sizes range from 3 to 8 inches in length. Each pencil is unique, with variations to the dimensions, bends and sewing. Includes a copy of the catalogue published to accompany the 2013 exhibition "50 Plates" at the Freestyle Gallery in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
New is protective packaging (from the artist's archive), including two 2" T-pins for vertical mounting to a wall or other display area.
An excerpt from the artist's statement: "Using utilitarian methods and materials reminiscent of childhood, I create installations entirely out of felt and thread. My work is site-specific, a response to the space. The body of work in this catalog was made and installed in a Victorian home in Albuquerque, New Mexico that serves as a gallery. I wanted to create a domestic space to give voice to the structure's original purpose, that of a home"