Allison McElroy
Title: Allison McElroy
Description: "202 steps -- the pathway from my apartment to my studio" Installation in Lacoste, France completed during my Graduate Residency. ?I purchased Luberson ochre mined from the Roussillon Ocher Quary and packed it into a crack on the cobble stone street. ?The village streets were slippery and I fou... is ranked 0 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $0. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Allison McElroy Work CV About Menu Allison McElroy Artist Work CV About Contact me: Installation in Lacoste, France In 2003 I received a Graduate Fellowship to study in Lacoste, France. My focus of study was On-Site Installation. "202 Steps" is the largest installation completed during my residency. The Ochre was mined in Roussillon, France from the Luberon. Lesson: Always think of clean up! The animals in the village tracked the ochre in the homes of their owners and least I say the villagers were very upset with my installation. I had to clean up the installation immediately. The awesome other 7 grad residency artist as well as our Professor helped me clean it up. We had to get a hose and start at the top of the village and squirt water in the crack to loosen the ochre. Many of us had brooms and swept the blood colored pigment all the way down the village mountain. I only wish I had documented the clean up! It was lovely. Once the pigment was washed away I had to knock on doors and apologize to the residence of Lacoste. Lovely memory. 202 Steps = my daily path On site Installation in Lacoste, France. I purchased ochre of the Luberon which is mined in Roussillon to outline the path of my daily walk. The cobble streets in the village were mossy and slippery at certain times of the day. It was my focus on this path that kept me stable as I walked as well as act as a transitory vehicle to creative thought. 202 Steps Apartment on the left = start of 202 steps. 202 Steps Arial View of the installation 202 Steps Detail 202 Steps Arial View wrapping around the Boulangerie (Bakery) with people stopping to view. 202 Steps My studio on the left looked out over the Luberon Mixed Media Art work Materiality intrigues me. Objects become words and with this I can write a poem. The tree was a good tree steel, copper, glass vial, pine cone, handmade paper, pine saplings, masking tape Drysa bark, string, copper, bone Instrument of Seeing copper, bronze, steel, string, pine bark, lizard skeleton on handmade paper Only One I don't know tea bags, ink, 17" x 12" It will be again graphite, coffee stain, micro slides on clay board. Chosen by Cora Rosevear, Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art New York, New York, Deconstructed Hornet Nest Steel, paper, receipt paper burned with solder iron, hornet nest cells. 102 pods Detail hog gut, wool, silk, coffee, These pods were made after the Atlas Moth cocoon. Mother and Child Wire on handmade paper 9"x 7" Heart - Mind 2'x2'x2" Paper, copper, steel, chicken skull, pine bark, hand knitted wire, hawk feather (mind), dove feather (heart) on wood panel Spine book page, hog gut, rust, fabric, stitched string. 17" x 14" Time-keeper wasp nest, phone book pages 12"x7"x2" Jurors top pick, published in catalog and shown at The National Association of Women Artists (N.A.W.A.) New York, NY Dirt Paintings I received a faculty research grant to collect soil from all 50 states. After receiving the soil I added gum arabic to make a watercolor consistency and vinegar to get an ink like consistency. These are the drawings completed with some of the soil samples. The research has taking an interesting turn. I am now working with a microbiologist at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. I am taking the soil samples and looking for diodes from each state. Research in progress = Stay tuned for visual images. 3D work and other Installations I BFA was individualized and I was able to choose my path of study. I was as interested in sculpture as I was painting. After graduation I worked for two years with blacksmith artist Ivan Bailey and learned more than I ever did in my sculpture classes. Ivan was kind, patient, and a wonderful teacher who instilled in me a love of metal. Collection of Leaves I collected 102 Green Bean Leaves that had been eaten into a lace like pattern by Japanese Beatles. Housed them in a petri dish on black felt and sealed it with bees wax 102 Leaves Leaf installation. Size each one is 3 1/2". Installation varies with space allotted. Leaf installation Detail Each leaf was housed in a petri dish on top of a piece of black felt and then sealed with bees wax 102 Spiderwebs I collected 102 different spiderwebs in France. Each web was 3"x2"x1" Poetry "Breath" Box with a poem etched in the bottom inside. Silver, Bronze, and copper. 3" x 4" x 2" Breath Wasp Nest Paper Clay Sculpture I took a wasp nest and packed paper clay in the nest and then put it in a raku kiln Wasp Nest (back) Paper clay sculpture Dirt Dauber Nest Paper Clay Sculpture Wasp Nest Paper Clay Sculpture Arboreal Pregnant bust covered in hornet nest paper 18"x18"x18" skin paper, stain, atlas moth cocoon, leather with nails, 2'x2'x2" Stage 6 Pine bark, urethane, book page, hog gut, hand knitted wire Paintings and Drawings I studied painting in undergrad and although I was in the painting program at SCAD Savannah in Grad school I was encouraged to explore materials in 3D fibers with Cayewah Easley. I love materials but sometimes I miss the smell of oils in the studio and love to revisit the canvas on occasion. Orange Painting with Bean in Blue Lost my dog of 18 years. Bean was given to me by Howard Finster back in 1992 when I was visiting his Paradise Gardens. She was a special dog indeed. Beginning of a Collection First spider web captured in France. I decided to do an oil painting of it. Oil, tar, conte, graphite on board, 4'x2'x2" Bean and Gracie Oil paint on canvas, 3'x4' Oil paint, stain, tar, graphite, conte, pastels and urethane on board, 4'x3'x2" collage on paper, ink, photo transfer, acrylic paint, 22"x30" Artist in the Studio with Gracie and Diesel Oil paint on board, 4'x4'x2" Dog Walk Graphite on hand made paper, 8"x6" Moonshadows graphite and acrylic on hand made paper 9"x7" Pine Sapling graphite, prisma color pencils, charcoal on bristol 17"x14" Workshop Workshop with Golden products and Alabama Art Supplies. Love the products!! Inspiration, nature, insects, These are images of my daily walks, my fur babies, my studio, and just things that I capture with my camera phone that inspire my creative spirit. Diesel Under the coffee table Elephant Joshua took me to meet the elephants at the Atlanta Zoo for my birthday. I was able to pet her :) Lake Murray, Oklahoma Moose and Gracie busy hand work blue squares Gracie, Charlie Piper, and Moose Agar Painting Research I am working with Dr. Benjie G. Blair, a microbiologist from Jacksonville State University, on some new experiments that merge art and science. First experiment is painting in a 3D agar form...just the beginning. prev / next Back to Work 7 Installation in Lacoste, France 11 Mixed Media Art work 9 Dirt Paintings 13 3D work and other Installations 10 Paintings and Drawings 17 Inspriation 6 Agar Painting Research Powered by Squarespace Whois

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