Inspiration of the day-Now Be Here: Sandy Abrams

6 Feb

Now Be Here: Sandy Abrams #76

Feeling inspired after attending the historic event Now Be Here at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel. My goal is to feature every artist that attended, one artist a day. Considering the number of artists that showed up, this will take me two years to complete. I am looking forward to getting to know the work of each and every artist!

Your inspiration for the day- Now Be Here edition: Sandy Abrams

Matilda
photo: Hannah Walleck / Clarion

From REAP:

Sandy Abrams, a mixed media artist who uses felt, clay, wood, various fibers and digital images, was born and raised in New England. After receiving her undergraduate degree, she moved to Los Angeles. Her Masters of Fine Arts with a concentration in ceramics was awarded from California State University at Long Beach. Her career of teaching ceramics included a local university, junior colleges and private high schools. In addition she has been an artist-in-residence at Art Farm, Marquette, Nebraska and Aras Eanna Cultural Center on the Aran Islands in Ireland and studied with renowned Irish basket makers Joe Hogan and Alison Fitzgerald.

She presently maintains a studio in Long Beach where she lives. She often makes non-functional objects that echo a connection to nature or to the “ordinary” or mundane routines in life. Interested in process she finds repetitious movements rewarding, revealing and relaxing.

Sandy Abrams

Art by Sandy Abrams
photo: Hannah Walleck / Clarion

Huntington Beach Art Center

Art and Cake

South Bay Contemporary Gallery SoLA

Angels Gate Cultural Center

American Art Company

Siblings by Sandy Abrams
Twined was linen thread

Citrus College Clarion

Everything Long Beach

REAP Rough Edges Art Productions

vas Visual Art Source

The Daily Courier 

Matilda by Sandy Abrams photo: Sydney Walters

 

Now Be Here NY Times

Now Be Here LA Times

Now Be Here Huffington Post

Now Be Here KCET

Now Be Here Art and Cake

Now Be Here Inside a Tipping Point

Now Be Here Film by Eric Minh Swenson

*The idea for Now Be Here came from the brilliant mind of artist Kim Schoenstadt.

*Sandy Abrams – Now Be Here LA artist #76

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