Julie Voyce: Paste Up at The Tom Thomson until April 29, 2007

Orange Finally 2005 silkscreen on paper 10 x 14 in.

- L.M. 4-18-2007 9:14 am

Since June 2002 silkscreen on paper, 14 x 20 in.

- L.M. 4-18-2007 9:15 am

The link on her name is to an earlier post of work that is also included in this show. (Went on a road trip today to see it) But there is so much more not pictured because she is a prolific freak aging-child-genius. (and I don't throw the g-word around, ever).

- L.M. 4-18-2007 9:25 am

man, those look some good on screen. reminds me that printmaking is kind of digital.
- sally mckay 4-18-2007 4:00 pm

In the real world, Since June has some strange compelling depth illusions that don't come through in the photo. It's a knockout.

We also drove past a massive wind farm, the Melancthon Grey Wind project, on the way up. Found one picture of it by John Brownlow from when it was being installed. It's a pretty stunning drive-by as it takes up a lot of real estate. I think there are 45 turbines right now, with plans to install another 88.


- L.M. 4-18-2007 8:50 pm

We've driven by there! It looks like something from a John Wyndham novel. (or should I say Wind-ham)(nyarg nyarg)
- sally mckay 4-18-2007 9:21 pm

nyarg nyarg nyarg back.

I was wondering if the land can still be cultivated for crops after a wind farm is installed. (I'm thinking combination wind farm and day-lily farm)
- L.M. 4-18-2007 9:29 pm

There's a Ballard book written when he was still in his John Wyndham phase that I've always wanted to read called The Wind from Nowhere.
- tom moody 4-18-2007 9:30 pm

"Farmers can plant crops right to the base of the turbines."
- sally mckay 4-18-2007 9:40 pm

Virginia Creeper? No?
- L.M. 4-18-2007 9:57 pm

Triffids not a good idea either.
- sally mckay 4-18-2007 10:00 pm

wind from nowhere

I'm getting back to work now...
- sally mckay 4-18-2007 10:03 pm


I set up a complicated trap and you walked right in.

- L.M. 4-18-2007 10:21 pm

d-oh!! I've been trying to hide my nefarious past as sinister brunette with a groovy cloak.
- sally mckay 4-19-2007 2:36 am

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