Artscope 65, November/December 2016
art: Where it Comes From
artist: Talia Lefton
medium: felted wool
Talia Lefton works with wool, yarn, and fabric to create tangible explorations of identity, transformation, and space. This piece uses the mutable qualities of felt to depict a period of self-examination. Drawing from a mythical representation of shapeshifting, an internal experience is represented through external transformation. “Where it Comes From” incorporates two opposing forces and creates a moment at which these are in balance. This balance is the internal push and pull that motivates the search for purpose, contentment, and a deeper meaning to life.
Judges: LUCAS COWAN, Public Art Curator at Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy / KATHLEEN MOORE, Coordinator of Visual Arts at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts at Endicott College / NOELLE FOYE, Executive Director at New Bedford Art Museum and ArtWorks
Artscope 66, January/February: Nature-based art created only with natural elements
Your work could be Artscope Magazine‘s next centerfold. Work by established and emerging artists welcome.For the January/February 2017 issue, we will be accepting submissions of in the category of nature-based art created only with natural elements. Please send up to three digital still images (if chosen, minimum for the images must be reproduced at 300dpi). Also include your statement. Send submissions to: [email protected], no later than December 10, 2016. Though smaller files may be submitted, images must be available to be reproduced up to 9″ x 12″ at 300 dpi dependent on your work selected by the jurors. Entries not following these specifications will not be considered.
No resumes please; the cover piece will be selected based on visual and/or
conceptual quality, by a jury of one Artscope staff member, and two New England