Monday, November 8, 2010

Becky Danielson: artist interview

not qualified
 2010 11"x 12"
acrylic on wood
1. How did you come to be an artist?

i'm not quite sure i am one but i know that i have been making stuff and drawing for as long as i can remember.

2. What has been your biggest challenge?

teaching my hands to do what my brain want them too &  finding the perfect liner brush


 growth hormones
 11" across 2010
found wooden cow that poo's marbles,
 
acrylic paint, glue, air dryclay, mat board


3. What would be your dream exhibit space or project be?

three rings in a big striped tent or painting all the concession trailers in a county/state fair midway



hoarder
 18" across 2010
wooden crate, glue, gesso, acrylic paint and stuff
 

4. What inspires you?
   
awkward experiences, people, food, stress, colors, toys, conversations


mr cotton
poly-fil tail
18" tall  2010
styroform, canvas, gesso, acrylic
 
paint, glue, staples, cotton poly-fil, air dry clay


5. What do i like best about being an artist? 

developing an increasingly thicker skin as time goes by


 places to view what i do:
 beckydanielson@mosaicglobe.com
 flickr
 ebay--gungerbean
 etsy--beckydanielson
 myspace and facebook



Becky is currently showing her work at Peter Paul Luce Gallery at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa.



2 comments:

  1. Lovely! I love color, and these are such delightful pieces :)

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  2. Hi Sarah!!!

    I saw these pieces "in the flesh" and they are SOOOO much more amazing in person. You can just stand for hours looking at each one, finding all the little pictures within the big image. Also, some of the pieces had crazy colored cotton. Like cotton balls gone mad. It was really hard to keep my hands off of these.

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