Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reliquary

Several times each week I alter the reliquary and make a drawing. I am making up the rules for “reliquary” as I go along. Advertisements

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What is a reliquary

I posed the question, What is a reliquary? I would love to hear what you think.

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Reliquary

Every reliquary needs a relic. Mine has a skull, among other things.

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Reliquary

I had talked to Jens Brasch, an artist friend of mine about my idea for a reliquary. He said that what he would find interesting was if I made a drawing every day to go with the reliquary. That idea … Continue reading

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Reliquary

My studio partner, Jeanette Durand, was willing to let me take over the window of our studio for my reliquary installation. And then she asked a crucial question–are you going to sit it on any kind of support? I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Notes from the Studio

What is a reliquary? My first trip to Europe left me fascinated with reliquaries–ornate chalices and boxes and holders of the fragmented remains of sacred stuff: some saint’s finger, a bit of the True Cross, a fragment of shroud. I … Continue reading

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