Friday, June 19, 2009
The weather has been hot and humid for the last few days, perfect for tornado and severe storm brewing. Last night the conditions were finally right, it got really still, clouds started rolling and turning green, and it was black as night when it should've been daylight. We were instructed to go into the basement by the weather service, but of course where were we? Standing on the deck outside. We had tons of rain and wind, but nothing was damaged. (except the crops being flooded) We are suppose to have 8 days of hot and humid and a chance of these storms every day. Something to look forward to?
Friday, May 22, 2009
Sunday, May 10, 2009
I took down my bundle and took it apart and the picture is some of the result. It did not seem to change too much, just a few papers bleeding into one another. I decided to rebundle and rehang it for another couple of months and see what the spring rain and storms can do to it. The second picture is of the new bundling. We'll see what happens.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
I'm sure you've all heard of the flooding in North Dakota and Western Minnesota. We took a drive a few days ago and met with many detours and road wash outs. Unbelievable how much water there is! The pictures of the roadsides are fields completely covered in water, with a thin 2 lane road in between. The water is frozen so it doesn't look quite as dramatic as if it were all water, but as it melts it's going to be a mess, worse than it is now. Major highways are closed and many houses are partially submerged. Even the local zoo has to move all the animals out to another zoo because they flood! Happens every year!!!
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Over 50 artists are now participating in the Disintegration Collaboration. Bundles of every imaginable material, shape, and color are hung, tied, buried, and submerged all around the world. Nature is working her magic with snow, rain, hail, sun, wind, earth, fire, and water all interacting with and disintegrating bundles of bundles. On May 1, each artist will reveal the results on their own blog.