Thibaut and I explored a series of galleries and art spaces in Providence. The highlights included speaking with an artist about her work while drinking wine and eating cheese in her studio, the Locally Made show at RISD which included thought provoking works of all different mediums, and wood-fired wings with rosemary & clam and fingerling potato pizza at the pizza place we went to on our 2nd date. I still remember that night a few months ago – we went to a play about Zombies afterward.
Beautiful cut-paper cards
I haven’t seen one of these in forever
The prestigious Providence Art Club.
We stopped by an artist’s studio
The artist in her studio
The lettering for ‘Locally Made’ at the RISD Museum was made out of receipt tape.
Avant-Garde performance with video projections
A dragonfly and flower made out of cast bones.
This piece presented as a photograph upon first glance. It was part of a series entitled ‘Moon’ – It is charcoal on paper.
These pen & ink drawings were composed in such a way to make the social situations seem more staged and cold. Quite a commentary on how we can feel in a room of people.
Thibaut is mesmerized by a kaleidoscopic image of the iconic factory in downtown Providence
Night falls on Providence
They had some artwork in a bank
Work from a shop that was closing as we walked in.
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She greeted as we descended a long staircase.