I’m thrilled with what is coming off the easel for the painting component of the CAMP project, and so happy to share this work with you. Looking at this work on your small monitor can’t possibly capture the scale of the pieces, many of which are six feet long. The works have a musical score that goes with them, as well as an installation and media projection. I’m thoroughly enjoying the freedom of different mediums to create CAMP.
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More about CAMP on this blog:
The Art of The Wait: Tipi Camp– Part One
The Art of The Wait: Wise Practices in Tipi Setup & Life – Part Two
Tanton Receives Canada Council Grant for CAMP
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