T-Singer, 2014, metal found object and
rolled used tea-bags,
19" x12" x 16".
Photo credit: Christiane Corcelle
RECYCLE, Brooklyn, NYC
MAY 9 – JUNE 14, 2015
Recycle, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition's national juried show by juror, Elissa Goldstone, Director of Exhibitions at NYC's Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC.
I have two pieces in the show, T-Singer and 2 & 3 Cents, from the project A Better Cup Of Tea.
Opening reception: May 9, 2015, 3pm
Gallery Hours: The gallery is open weekends only, 1-6PM.
BWAC (situated in the pre-Civil War warehouse overlooking the Statue of Liberty.
499 Van Brunt Street
Brooklyn, NYC 11231
A Better Cup Of Tea
88, Part of the Melt Series, tea-bags,
plastic bottle top on linen canvas,16" x 16"
Photo credit: Pip Shepley
I have been collecting used tea bags, their wrappers, labels, and emptied boxes for years. I transform volumes of the everyday items into stunning installations. The repeated use of the structure elements of the tea (wrappers, label, string, bag with tea and emptied, boxe) reveal hidden complexities of distinction and variation. As a group the pieces are unified, cohesive, and coherent, but individually they are all unique.
REVIEW IN THE MARCH-APRIL 2015 ART NEW-ENGLAND MAGAZINE
Special Tea-pot series prints/collages.
I have created colorful, attractive, and unique small prints/collages. All are hand-made by myself in my studio. Most of them are 5.5 in x 7.5 in / 13,75 cm x 18,75 cm. The largest are 10″ x 8″ / 25 cm x 20cm.
To see the complete series go to: christiane-corcelle-arts.com/Collage/Tea-pots.html
or visit my blog at: christianearts.wordpress/tea-pot-series
Tea-Pot 16, print collage
Buy an art work for your loved ones…
Please contact me to reserve or buy yours at firstname.lastname@example.org
Palate to Plate
Palate to Plate: Prints and Recipes from Members of the Boston Printmakers.
This full-color, 216 page, beautiful book contains prints and favorite recipes by 99 members of the Boston Printmakers.
The book is available through www.blurb.com.
To illustrate the recipe I created Tiramisu, a full bleed woodcut print, 12" x 12" (30cm x 30cm).
The origin of the tiramisu is Venice, Italy. The mask stands for the Carnival of Venice, and the background color illustrates the layered coffee-soaked biscuits and sweet mixture of mascarpone cheese, eggs and sugar. It is a recipe that i love to make and many people love it.