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Signature Work... a distinctive piece representing our body of work that identifies us as artists.

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About the Curator:  Pat Morrow/Trail Mix Studio is a studio furniture designer/maker in Evergreen, Colorado and teaches woodworking at Red Rocks Community College in Denver, CO. Pat's work is in homes across the U.S. and can be seen at trailmixstudio.com.

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Comment by Rameen Ahmed on March 27, 2012 at 11:17am

Thank you, Pat, for putting together an amazing diversity of pieces in the show!  Very humbled and delighted to be in such great company!!

Comment by Brigitte Martin on March 27, 2012 at 11:04am

Folks,


Pat reported that there have been a few comments from people who would like to still include their work in the current online exhibition because for one reason or another they missed the call the first time around. Sorry, guys. This exhibition is curated and there will be no additions at this point. However, since this topic seems to be quite popular here, just like the Studio Sanctuaries were a while back- maybe, if Pat is up for it - we can do a second run of “Signature Work” a few months down the road?

Anyone who is interested, please get in touch with Pat directly via her page, she can take it from there.


BTW: All current calls are always listed in the crafthaus online exhibition group, and everyone who signs up in that group will get every new call emailed to them automatically as soon as they get posted. I also extensively feature all calls on the crafthaus main page (left side) and in the weekly "what's new" emails sent to every crafthauser with plenty of room to meet the deadline. There really are a bunch of chances to catch these calls but I do understand that things can fall through the cracks sometimes. My suggestion therefore: Check the crafthaus online exhibition group regularly!

Glad you are enjoying these exhibitions so much! They are meant to be fun for all!!

Comment by Thea Clark on March 27, 2012 at 10:38am

Pat you did a wonderful job. It is good to see so many media represented.

Comment by Alison B. Antelman on March 26, 2012 at 3:23pm

Harriete...My statement was edited so it does not explain that I grew up just outside NYC and had always been influenced by and loved the city. There is also some brief description of how the work is made...hand fabricated, not cast.

Comment by Tom Supensky on March 26, 2012 at 3:19pm

Pat...your students are lucky to have you as their teacher.  Cheers, Tom

Comment by The Justified Sinner on March 26, 2012 at 12:00pm

I know! I've no idea how I missed that.

Comment by Harriete E Berman on March 25, 2012 at 3:40pm

Wonderful to read the insight behind the work. I wish everyone wrote something about the images they post. Thanks to the Justified Sinner I am adding Materials to the list.

  • Why they made it;
  • What inspired the work;
  • The title (if it has one)
  • Dimensions.
  • Materials (the term Mixed Media is good for an exhibition label only; it definitely doesn't work on line when I can't see the work in person.)

Jenny Fillius work was familiar to me, but this is the first time I heard this story.

PS. Not everything has a story, but  the dimensions and material do help me read a lot more into the photo.

Harriete

Comment by The Justified Sinner on March 25, 2012 at 3:36pm

Couldn't agree more, Harriete! I love seeing the work on here and very often would like to know more. I would really like to see "materials" added to your list.

Comment by Harriete E Berman on March 25, 2012 at 3:32pm

Wonderful to read the insight behind the work. I wish everyone wrote something about the images they post.

  • Why they made it;
  • What inspired the work;
  • The title (if it has one)
  • Dimensions.

Jenny Fillius work was familiar to me, but this is the first time I heard this story.

PS. Not everything has a story, but  the dimensions and material do help me read a lot more into the photo.

Harriete

Comment by Linda Kaye-Moses on March 25, 2012 at 1:20pm

Although the pieces of mine that interest me the most are generally those that are accompanied by nesting cases/enclosures, this piece, "Narrative" expresses many of my interests including: my love of ancient (and incomplete) artifacts and untranslated languages; colour, colour, colour; mystery enclosures; all joined using handmade loop-in-loop chain.

 

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