Mother Tongue

By November 16, 2014Uncategorized

Many hands came together to help make the installation and opening reception for Mother Tongue a success. The show will be on view at Gallery Seescape–a truly a special gem of a place in Chiang Mai–until December 8th.

A big thank you to everyone at Seescape and to all those who made it to the opening. Special thanks to Becky Weldon, Neung Nukul, Harry Kevitz, Philip Jablon, and of course, the endlessly supportive, and many time hero, Anthony Irwin.

Below are a few photos from the installation as well as (most of) the final work.

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Dragon Fruit, mirrored plexi-glass, 2014
Cloud Forms, mixed media, 2014
Pow, Kapow, plexi-glass, silver leaf, gold leaf, 2014
Reveal, watercolor, gouache, ink on paper, 2014
Knot, watercolor, gouache, ink on paper, 2014
Lift, watercolor, gouache, ink on paper, 2014
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And, below are some photos of the opening provided by Gallery Seescape. You can see more here.

City Life, a monthly news, art and culture magazine based in Chiang Mai, came and took some photos of the opening as well. Take a look at here to see!