Day 39! Felt like switching it up, since the leaf collages seem to take so long to do, I thought I could get more leaves done. Guess not! This watercolor and ink one seemed to take just as long as the collages! 💚💗🖤 .
| Rosey Reptile |
Thanks so much to @neuroticbabydoll for coming down the other day & getting this rad piece 🥀🐍 you sat like a champ & I definitely appreciated the chance to do such a large piece on a cool friend ✌🏽
(P.S. featuring bonus healed snaps of "balance & composure" tattoos from a while back.)
The lovely @ekritler inspired me to try some more #timelapse videos of my work, so here's another one of the crab! Turns out it was very lucky I took this because by the time I got to the other claw I had totally forgotten what I did on the first. 😬🦀 #video#wip
Almost finished with my last wholesale orders before my break! I've been simultaneously working on our new home and fighting off a slew of summer viruses. Yuck! I love the display @porchlightpdx set up for my travel tins. Enjoy the heat everyone!
I've been hard at work on this very special project and I wanted to just share a few of the portraits I've had the pleasure to work on so far . Thank you to the wonderful residents of Creede Colorado for inspiring me with your amazing faces. #BeTheArtCreede @hbmg_foundation
Quartz Drop Earrings
Bright copper earrings with tarnished accents and clear quartz points. ❤️ My morning meditation. Making things has always been really good for calming and focusing my brain. My own form of 'active meditation'. What do you do to find your center?
Sofía Córdova \ Las Saturnales, 2015 pigment print on Habotai silk 72 x 36 inches $1800 (edition of 5)
This piece is part of THROWN, a two-person show featuring the work of angelica maria millán lozano and Sofía Córdova, curated by Ashley Stull Meyers. We're open today, Saturday, 2-7pm.
Born in 1985 in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Sofía Córdova is a new media artist with a focus on photography, video, music, installation and performance. Her work looks at the things which plague othered bodies particularly as they relate to late global-industrial capitalism, climate change and technology .She received her BFA from St. John’s University in Queens, NY in 2006, and her MFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2010. She also completed the one year certificate program at the International Center for Photography in New York in 2006. She has performed at SFMOMA, SOMArts and Galeria De La Raza among others. Her work has been exhibited at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, AMOA/Art House, Royal NoneSuch Gallery, Southern Exposure, The International Center of Photography as well as other venues internationally. She was awarded the 2014-2015 Kala Fellowship and has recently participated as Artist-in-Residence at the Bay Area Video Coalition in San Francisco, California, Arteles in Haukijarvi, Finland and ACRE in Steuben, Wisconsin. She is currenty Artist-in- Residnce at the Mills College Museum. Her work is part of Pier 24’s and The Whitney Museum’s permanent collection and was recently the subject of a First Look Feature in Art in America.