The collection of images, comics and words that follows is a fascinating window into all the nuances that this single word, “warmth”, takes in the minds of artists from other cultural, climatic or linguistic spheres.
“My world has shrunk”
I can’t recall how many times I’ve heard or read that sentence over the past two years. You probably have said it too. I know I have, more than once.
Where do we go from there?
I started working on a simple illustrated journal on May 1st. Short daily entries in colored pencil and china marker, … More
Who doesn’t love live music, art and good food? Come party with purpose on August 25th, at the Food Building … More
The Folding Bee team will be spreading seeds and paper flowers all around the Twin cities metro area during the … More
Thank you all for your patience! Here is a calendar of the events and shows I will be part of … More
41 ounces. Roughly 1.2 kilograms. That’s the amount of junk mail that found its way to our mailbox from March … More
After a two-month-long chrysalis stage, it is finally time to say goodbye to my old blog and welcome thefoldingbee.com!!
Made entirely of repurposed junk mail, Swarm A is a paper installation currently on display at the Better World Museum, Minneapolis.
Communities are at their best when citizens work together towards a common goal, each one bringing their unique point of view, strengths and weaknesses into the effort.
Read about the genesis of an art installation celebrating this idea.