Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Oh the Horror!


I think I mentioned earlier in the month that the wonderfully tal
ented Beth Robinson, asked me if I would be in a Halloween themed group show. I met her at the new gallery space at the soda plant, the S.P.A.C.E. I handed off my "spooky" new pieces to her today. Take a look at the creepy doll shrine and haunted mixed media collages that I will be showing.

Beth was impressed with
the size of my new pieces and I have to say they are
probably the largest
assemblages and collage works I have done. I am really happy with how all four of the pieces turned out.
Albeit, they are dark and haunted. The subject matter, stronger and and a little creepier than I usually approach.


But, it was great to stretch myself, both in the size of the work, the content and the process. I used some new techniques that I had been playing with and although I was up late, burning the midnight oil for many nights, this project was altogether, very satisfying.


I AM going to be early tonight, but there is no rest for the weary. With two craft shows looming in my near future, and a guest artist project due this weekend, I am pushing full steam ahead.
If you are in the area, do check out the show at

OH THE HORROR
at the Soda Plant. It runs till 10/31 with a closing party on Halloween. And, you are welcome to pop in at the opening reception, this Friday from 5-8, part of the Burlington 1st Friday Art Walk.

Opening Reception Friday, October 2 from
5:00-9:00pm for the First Friday Art Walk
Closing party on Halloween

S.P.A.C.E.
266 Pine Street, Suite 105
Burlington, Vermont“Breath-taking” works by a group of ’strange,’ yet extraordinarily talented, artists and craftsmen: Beth Robinson, Marc Awodey, Janet Van Fleet, Kevin Montanaro, Lorraine Reynolds, Jme Wheeler, Jonathan Ward, Andrea Currie. Works range in mediums from paintings to strange dolls, to mad scientist installations and vintage horror movie posters.

hope to see you there!
Cheers!

3 comments:

Jessie said...

Oh wow!! Those are scary-awesome!!! Wish I could come to the show; it sounds like loads of fun!

Loudlife said...

Lorraine, what fabulous stuff!!! Your work just gets better and better!

ArtSnark said...

fabulously sinister - Love it!