Objects in Place - Snacks!!

Thank you all for coming out in support of me and my work.  It means the world to me!  Also, thanks for munching on my edible art:

'Objects in Place' Snacks, Firehouse Arts Center, Longmont CO, marshmallows, hard boiled eggs, salt, wonder bread, goat cheese and cucumber sandwiches, yogurt-covered almonds, mints, paper plates and napkins, patterned paper, 30" x 72" x 9", 2013

Click here to see the series, 'Objects in Place'. 

  'Objects in Place' Snacks, Firehouse Art Center, Longmont CO, 30" x 72" x 9", 2013

'Objects in Place' Snacks, Firehouse Art Center, Longmont CO, 30" x 72" x 9", 2013

BMoCA Ropes Exhibition

The exhibition Ropes at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art has been up for a couple of months and has one month to go before it closes.  Please stop by and check it out if you are in the area.  The series is composed of sixteen drawings and two sculptures all of which explore the simplicity and complexities inherent in ropes. Youngna Park at 20x200 wrote a nice piece on their blog: http://www.20x200.com/blog/2010/03/ropes-by-pattie-lee-becker-at-bmoca.html

Thanks to all of you who came out to the opening or otherwise and supported me and my practice.  It means so much to me that all of you have shown up to take a look.  Here are some exhibition images taken by the fantastic friend and photographer Ashley Davis.

 Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

 Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

 Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

 Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

Pattie Lee Becker's Ropes exhibition at BMoCA 2010

The hanging sculpture is made of woodblock printed linen, batting, tubing, and steel.  Theresa Haberkorn, a local Boulder woodcut printmaker helped me with the carving and printing.  I had never met her before she agreed to come help on the project, and it was really nice working with her.

The Rope Pile (below) is made of handmade ropes that I created from various twines and other materials.  Mathias Leppitsch, a  fabricator, designer, and artist in Denver,  welded me a specific hook that fit into my drill to speed up the otherwise antiquated process.  We spun rope into the wee hours of the morning as the installation date drew near.  A life saver.

There are also two other shows up in the first floor galleries that are very worthwhile: Beverly McIver and Steve Steele.  It’s a privilege to be in their company.