Palette exhibition at ampersand international arts

Have you ever been curious about the working process of others? What associations do they make when putting materials together, what do things look like behind the scenes, and simply, what does their palette look like? Well, this might be part of what curators Kelly Inouye, Theodora Mauro, and Lisa Solomon had in mind when they conceived the current exhibition called Palette at ampersand international arts in San Francisco. The pieces in the exhibit are not necessarily finished works but rather something like the brain-mapping or materials used to make finished works. I am happy to have two of my pieces take part. They put together a really nice online catalog if you'd like to see what I'm talking about. I wish I lived closer, I would like to see this in person. 

 One of my watercolor paint brush blotters with a bit of letterpress printing, part of Palette exhibition at ampersand international arts.

One of my watercolor paint brush blotters with a bit of letterpress printing, part of Palette exhibition at ampersand international arts.