LE HANGAR DARWIN
Darwin is part of an area on the other side of the river in Bordeaux where artists hang out, make art and music and organic food. The space was part of buildings for the military that have since been repurposed like this one. We sat underneath this roof of this exposed building to enjoy a meal and paint.
In the distance is a large wood sculpture that looks like pieces wood tied and twisted together. At night, you could see the sculpture was also lined with fluorescent lights that where choreographed to turn on and off so that the light looks like it’s a single shape dashing across the surface of the wood.
May this piece make you think of renewed spaces, creativity, and the value of collaboration and connect for our creativity and spirit.
Listen to Carrie as she talks about Le Hangar Darwin.
Arches watercolor paper, watercolor, gouache and ink on gallery wrapped canvas, sprayed with archival varnish
ARCHIVAL GICLEE PRINT
Somerset velvet giclee with archival inks