A self described “kaleidoscope junkie.” Judyth Greenburgh sees kaleidoscopes as a metaphor for life and personal transformation. They create for her an infinite world of possibilities. The mirrors inside the kaleidoscopes reflect and project our point of view into something new. Our daily chaos is re-ordered.
She has successfully made the transition from a corporate advertising art director to a “feral artist” living in the tiny desert town of Darwin, California in southern Inyo County. She enjoys reclaiming what has been abandoned through the transformative process of creating art. She makes her kaleidoscopes out of things she finds in the desert surrounding Darwin, a post-apocalyptic landscape studded with mines, abandoned cars, broken glass and old tin can dumps.
According to Judyth, “The alchemy of time has transformed the desert’s trash into treasures. Each one a rusty jewel.
It truly is the land of Entropia.” Judyth will be exhibiting an array of whimsical hand-made kaleidoscopes as well as a stunning series of circular aluminum pigment prints capturing in time momentary mandalas as seen through her varied and inventive scopes.
WHERE TO SEE MY KALEIDOSCOPES
The Project room. Independent Project Press, Bishop CA
Mandala prints: Aluminum rounds & matted art prints
Manzanar Visitors Center - Independence CA
Exclusive Japanese inspired, mini brass & flashlights.
Something Anything Gallery - Sausalito CA
Select copper scopes
Kaleidoscopes to you - Manly, Iowa.
Copper & Flashlights
Nellie Bly Scopes - Jerome, Arizona
Flashlights & Cocktailshaker
NEW EXHIBIT in Tecopa Jan 20th - March 31st 2018
A joint art show featuring Judyth Greenburgh, John Hamilton & Kathy Goss.
Sunday Feb 17th
9.30am: Kaleidoscope Workshop by Jude
1.30pm Book reading by Kathy
Sunday March 24th
More Darwin artists show their creations.
Check back here for more details.
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