Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Exhibit Poster by Methane Studios

Yesterday I drove down to the super charming Madison, Georgia to drop off my work for the upcoming exhibit! I was late as usual but thanks to Angela Nichols it was no problem! I got to see a preview of Mummy Sam's incredible dolls and Alabama Chanin's fiber works! I hope to go back for the opening reception on Saturday, Nov. 22. I also want to see the screening of Faythe Levine's, Handmade Nation(as a work in progress). I was a dodo and forgot my memory card so I don't have any photos of the quaint town or the beautiful and historic Madison-Morgan Cultural Center so you will just have to visit! They have some very interesting antique/junk markets and several lunch spots just down Main Street from the Cultural Center. Here's a sneak peek at the opening stop-motion feature of Handmade Nation I found on Etsy. Below that are some of the pieces I dropped off for the show-can you tell I took them outside in the Center lot? I'm running a bit frantic these days! xoxo

Preview of Handmade Nation by Faith Levine
*The pieces below will be available for sale through the exhibit through January 20th, 2009. Inquiries or to purchase please contact Angela D. Nichols, Visual Arts Curator at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center 706.342.4743 x27 or*
Swan Music
Shadowbox Assemblage

Swan Music, detail

The Shipwreck
Found Object Painting
The Shipwreck, detail

The Story of Kate
Bell Jar Assemblage
Story of Kate, detail

Fancy Dog for a Fancy Girl
Shadowbox Assemblage
Fancy Dog for a Fancy Girl, detail


oldflowers4me said...

i so love your altered art-it makes me want to swoon.....

Jenni said...

That is the coolest little video I think I've ever seen! I want to go now for sure! I actually teach art to the son of Methane Studios right here in Newnan. What a great poster. Good luck at the show!!

Melissa de la Fuente said...

Your pieces are gorgeous Katie and that film preview is awesome! Also, can I just say...? That latest wreath of yours? WIth the little bird with a dapper acorn cap and yarn scarf? *sigh*
It is beautiful!

knackstudio said...

such great and beautiful things you have my dear!!:) I want to go to that show so bad!!

Miss ya! xoxo

Abby said...

will these be for sale on shop scad's website??..they are beautiful a piece of yours is on my christmas list!

Katie Runnels said...

Thank you all for the comments!!
Abby- These will be for sale in the exhibit through January-so if you'd like to purchase anything-contact Angela D. Nichols
Visual Arts Curator
Madison-Morgan Cultural Center
434 South Main Street
Madison, GA 30650
706.342.4743 x27

S.HOPtalk said...

Katie...just dying over your "Story of Kate" and "Fancy Dog for a Fancy Girl"...just delightful!

Dizzy Little Kingdom said...

SHIPWRECK is both magical and mournful - what a beautiful piece.