Born to Folk Art

The title of this piece is “Born to Folk Art” and is composed of two marionettes. This piece is for a show in Brooklyn, New York at Bottleneck Gallery. The name of the exhibit is “More than You Imagined: Art Inspired by Premium Cable TV”.

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From start to finish it took me about two and a half months to make these little guys. With this set of marionettes I tried to design them to be more “theatre ready” as opposed to just simple “art puppets.” And by “theatre ready”, I mean that they have a better range of movement and articulation than previous designs.

If you are in New York in mid-late September, stop by Bottleneck Gallery and check out the show.

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