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Karen Anne Glick Creative Design Studio

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Karen Anne Glick

Karen Anne Glick

 

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peripatetic lifestyle. eclectic resume. citizen of the world. eternal optimist. artist at heart. it’s who i am. can’t escape it. don’t want to. i like things with lines and raw edges and strings attached. i like broken symmetry and aerial perspective. i like the craziness of lots and lots of color and pattern, and the zen of openness and light. i am, without doubt, a gemini.

a studio on the third floor of our old home is filled with all the tools, materials, and random collections that satisfy this multidisciplinary artist/designer’s heart and lets me do what i do. a mess to be sure, but it makes me happy. and productive. well, most of the time. other times i’m just up there playing.

life is good!

 

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My work explores capturing the essence of a moment; suspending a memory, an idea, or an observation in time and space so that it might be remembered and examined more closely. I make two- and three-dimensional works as a way of preserving moments that are significant to me. They are quiet reminders of the passage of time. I work with a variety of techniques and materials. I draw with thread and perforations as well as with pencil, ink, and paint. I use gloss and matte surfaces, color, embossing, and the raw and torn edges of fabric and paper to define space and form. I use real and implied references to stitching, quilting, weaving, and mending as metaphors for connecting the past with the present.

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    Hi Karen – I love your work and would be interested to see more of it. Do you have a website?
    I live in the north of UK and also mess about with textiles, jewellery, clothes, and have a workshop which, like yours, is full of weird and wonderful bits and pieces collected wherever I go…..the winter is not the most exiting of times here – very grey and cold – but spring is in the air, and your pieces have kick started my creative juices. Thank you! Maggie

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