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Herding Series
The Power of the Herd:
Life is Fragile Handle with Prayer

36" x 48" acrylic, ink on canvas and stamped embroidery canvas

ref:"The Power of the Herd" Linda Kohanov

Winged Woman Series
#4
Keeper of the Keys
oil on canvas
24" x 48"

Winged Woman Series
#2
Free Falling,
oil on canvas
48" x 36"

















Commissioned Absract

oil on arches paper

22" x 30"




Stormy Impact, oil on RC paper
20" x 24"





Winged Woman Series
Her Restoration,
oil on panel,
4' x 4' (Installation view)


Winged Woman Series
#3
Fallen From Flight, At Rest,
oil on canvas
32" x 32"





Radish Dance, Hanley Farm Gardening, acrylic on RC paper
20" x 24"

Radish Still Life, Hanley Farm Gardening, acrylic on RC paper
20" x 24"





Three Trees,
acrylic on panel    
24" x 36"

Summer Camping, acrylic on RC paper
20" x 24"






The Herd Series
"Instantaneous Connections"
acrylic ink,
water color crayons,
arches smooth paper
22' x 32'


Winged Woman Series
#1

Ancients are Present

oil on canvas
3' x 4'


detail


detail


"What's Next"

water color, decoupage,
and glitter

working collaboratively &
taking turns on the making


"Peeling, Peels, Piles" detail
photoshop


While interpreting the peeling, peels, piles we find ourselves negotiating our performativity of art making with an examination of our individualism.
This installation articulates our own layers of interpretation while in the midst of our collective collaboration, this herd of two is working itself out.

As we question what we each carry in our individualism we find our notions of individualism are apparent in our project set up as we work out our own interpretations of the peeling, peels and piles.

We keep asking how our individualism functions in our social fabric?

In general, we find ourselves feeling as through we are groomed in the USA, into a specific definition of individualism that being the “the doctrine or belief that all actions are determined by, or at least take place for, the benefit of the individual, not of the society as a whole.” (Webster)

We struggled with this specific type of individualism.
In this project: We agreed to be a herd of two and negotiate within the gesture of peeling, peels, piles.

We look to find what happens as we work as a collective?

As in any healthy herd, we gather around food, and our dailiness. Peeling an apple is our starting point.


"Food You Can Trust,
Village Life at Veg Store in Maldon, England"
food journal
gliclee print series


food journal

HAND to HAND

gliclee print series



"Nehalem River Beds"
oil on board
32" x 32"





5 page folds: paper is worked with 5 specific folds, with marks of registrations, unedited subjectivity and candid, orientations from any direction removing any sense of time or structured sequences

"Near Death Series"
"maryl & mud"
river rocks of mud, tears, linseed oil on plywood
4' x 4'

Cedar Ridge Exhibition 2005
"mind mapping beside a full body wipe out"


chemo cycle
remember -ing how to paint after it was wiped from my memory. it is obvious to me how much i forgot!

oil on plywood

4' x 4'


"Beaded Prayer Project"
secret, wool, sheer, egg, button, coral colored beads 3" x 3" x 2";
stand is ionized aluminum
6' h x 10" w x 5' d


"self" portraiture
- coming to terms with
   no hair
- it became my style

black and white photograph on arches paper held within a book loose- leaf
20" x 24"


black and white photograph on arches paper held within a book loose- leaf

20" x 24"


black and white photograph on arches paper held within a book loose- leaf

20" x 24"