Never wanting to leave brushes soaking in turpentine while inside the studio, what better place to put them than a hallway where, when the light casts just right, they are rather picturesque in their own right.
Published by J.M. Lamb
Jeanette Lamb works in collage. Drawing from a wide selection of resources, she combines literature, light, traditional mediums & digital technologies in an attempt to solicit questions about what it is to see, to communicate, to relay the experiences of life to another. She is a member of the long-running, prestigious German women’s art collective, GEDOK. Her works have been published in Visual Verse, Duende (Godard College), Why Hasn't JB Already Disappeared (Delere Press), among others. She likes to see, reflect, & discover between writing, researching, and teaching at the intersections of history, literature, philosophy, and visual arts. View all posts by J.M. Lamb