By contrast, one of the MAD visitors yesterday commented that the studio there was so tidy. It really is clean in there; mostly out of necessity since it gets transformed into a different person's studio every day that the museum is open. It is a weird experience for me setting up and taking down at the Museum every Wednesday, but I must say that I like being able to see my work without all the clutter that usually surrounds it. It's a great preview for what it will look like in a white walled gallery. I was quick to tell her that my studio in Brooklyn is the polar opposite, a chaotic messy collection of piles and layers of stuff, just like my artwork. Here's proof! I did do an end of the year clean up this morning; click through on that photo for more of the mess.
|A rare sighting of the top of the drawing table!|