Looking at Christine Kaiser’s work (at the ACC show) I somehow felt like I was getting a glimpse of the artist’s psyche and imagination road map.
8″ x 7.25″ x 3″
painted wood, pencil drawing graphite, lid of antique cigar box
Each of the sculptures begins as a plank of Basswood or Poplar that is cut, stacked, shaped and carved using a bandsaw, rotary tool and sander.
6″ x 3.5″ x 2″
painted wood, graphite, pencil drawing
“Part of their charm is the tension between sweet and not so sweet. I use elements of cartoons, animation stills, dreams , and other references to weave my stories. To root the pieces in the world I use a fairly classical visual aesthetic.” Christine Kaiser
9″ x 6.75″ x 2.25″
painted wood, pencil drawing, wire, graphite, antique cigar box bottom
It’s Just Like Going To Sleep