Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Elizabeth Adams-Marks

Handmade abaca, flax, kozo, and wheat paper; rust printed, indigo dyed. A detail of one of the pieces in Elizabeth's solo show opening August 23, 2013 at St. Louis Artists' Guild.
Elizabeth Adams-Marks, my co-conspirator in the 2014 show From the Inside Out, is a woman of endless energy--a true dynamo!  She has been working with me on plans for our show, traveled to Cornwall for the month of June with her husband and made a side trip to Paris.   Ten days ago Women's Marks, the current show at Edwardsville Arts Center, opened.  Elizabeth has several paintings and paper works in the show.  Three of the paintings have already been sold!

This past weekend Elizabeth taught a paper making workshop at Jacoby Arts Center during Fiber Weekend.  Some of her work will be featured there.  It opens on August 23.  Which makes for a dilemma because a solo show at the St. Louis Artist Guild opens the same evening!  The detail above is for that show.

On top of all this whirlwind of art making and framing, Elizabeth is also preparing to start teaching again (any day now) when school resumes.  She teaches middle school art in St. Louis.

To learn more about Elizabeth's new work visit her blog.

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