Fabric Print and Gallery 100

Scale has always been interesting to me, especially regarding this series. The silos are massive structures, my aim was to try and make an artwork that would represent their dominance within the Texas landscape. This fabric print was ordered at the beginning of the month, however it may not be available until after FMP submission. It was ordered in a lightweight linen as I felt that this would be the closest fabric to rice or grain bags.

I am quite excited about this large scale fabric print. It will be an excellent piece for my solo show at Sawyer Yards-Gallery 100 next year. The space at Sawyer is fantastic. I am well aware of the amount of work up that needs to be done ahead of my exhibition in February. I have received the site plan from Grace Zuniga, Sawyer Yards creative director and will work on layout plans in the next few weeks. This way I will be able to identify areas that need work ahead of time. Thrilled that I will have space for my 60ft handprinted unique state print of migrant journeys.

Gallery 100 at Sawyer Yards site plan. Courtesy Grace Zuniga.

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