Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: PACITA ABAD

Sugar Donuts

Sugar Donuts

PACITA ABAD. Sugar Donuts, 2003.

Description:
Anything is possible! That was the challenge the printers and papermakers at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute gave to me when I began my 3-month collaboration with them. I decided to focus on circles as the unifying theme of my prints and pulp paper pieces. Circles have always been in my work and they are direct, simple, modern, universal, intimate, fascinating and playful. I love the shape of circles.

Medium:
Printmaking

Tags:
mixed media, paper pulp, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, STPI, color, circles

Images
Pacita Abad and the Painted BridgeWeeping womanWater of LifeIf My Friends Could See Me NowYield to the AdventureSugar DonutsBlack and White Stones in Old Sanaa

Location
WASHINGTON, DC
USA

Contact
pabadart@yahoo.com

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