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The Pinglet project documents a process of regeneration. This project began with the physical deconstruction of one painting, the Ping. The disjuncture of parts were then rearranged and reconstructed with needle and thread to form nine small baby paintings, called Pinglets.

Pinglet 1

2015
Acrylic, fabric and thread on canvas

10″ x 13″

Pinglet 2

2015
Acrylic, wool yarn, paper, fabric and thread on canvas

10″ x 13″

Pinglet 3

2015
Acrylic, paper, thread and artificial feathers on canvas

12″ x 13″

● Pinglet 4

2015
Acrylic, paper, thread and artificial feathers on canvas

12″ x 13″

Pinglet 5

2015
Acrylic, fabric, paper, thread, and natural nymph dubbing on canvas

12″ x 13″

Pinglet 6

2015
Acrylic, paper, thread, and matte medium on canvas

12″ x 13″

Pinglet 7

2015
Acrylic, fabric, thread,wool yarn, and natural nymph dubbing on canvas

10″ x 11″

Pinglet 8

2015
Acrylic, fabric, thread, artificial feathers and natural nymph dubbing on canvas

10″ x 11″

Pinglet 9

2015
Acrylic, paper, Thin Skin, fabric, thread, and wool yarn on canvas

11″ x 10″

The Ping (Original)

2014
Acrylic on canvas

The Ping before it became the Pinglets. The original painting, pre-deconstruction.

Pinglet Remixes

Pillow- 2016
Pinglet 1 digitally reconstructed, printed as fabric, and constructed into pillow

12″ x 13″

Bandana- 2016
Pinglet 1 digitally reconstructed, printed as fabric, and constructed into bandana

10″ x 13″

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