Using tiny rings of white, acid free paper, Teresa Ilene Redden carefully weaves in planned sequences, creating “quiet, intimate moments with pattern.” Both the diminutive sculptures and Redden’s artist statement are pure poetry.
You can see more at the Catherine Person Gallery.
Cylinder #3 archival paper, glue, 1.5″x1.5″x2″
Cylinder #3 detail
These delicate sculptures are all of a scale that would fit in the palm of one’s hand and would blow away with a breath. Vulnerable and ephemeral, each piece stands still and generates a quiet rhythm created by the predictable order of its repeat pattern. Whispering about form and structure, they beckon one to slow down and pause.
Pillow #2 archival paper, glue, 2.5″x2.5″x1.5″