Exhibit at the Kwan Fong

I’ve returned to working in the studio after a long and productive weekend putting together the reception for Bob Privitt’s exhibit in the gallery at CLU. He’s an interesting artist who makes assembled and constructed display boxes from metal and bits and pieces from thrift stores, not unlike Joseph Cornell’s work. I like the show very much – some pieces are whimsical, while others are bitingly acidic.

The kids have been helping me with building a home for the chickens to live in in our new back yard and doing a great job. Some of my wood seems to have migrated into the branches of the olive tree and become a tree house…

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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