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Posted by on Nov 1, 2013 in Blog, News, Papercutting, Sculpture | 13 comments

My December Show.

My December Show.

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I am very excited working for a show with an international group of artists. Please, save the date if you’re going to be in Los Angeles, CA! I would love to see you at the gallery.

Opening: December 7th, 2013

Where: Couturier Gallery

The show will be up through January 4, 2014. I will give you details about the other artists as soon as I get more information.

Below is the corner of my studio that I use as a mini photographic station. I have been taking pictures of the pieces for the show from here.

get attachment1 My December Show.

This is one of the pieces for the show, taken with my iPad and edited with Snapseed, to make it look like an object found in the garbage can. ↓

get attachment 21 My December Show.

Another dirty picture, but a bit cleaner than the previous one ↓

get attachment 41 My December Show.

But don’t worry, I promise to share clean pictures of all the pieces from my new blog about papercutting, which should be up and running next week. I cannot wait!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

Elsita icon smile My December Show.

13 Comments

  1. I (and all your fans) cannot wait to see your new blog. I’d love to see an “Elsa Mora Show” here in Rome…..

    • Great, Adele! The last time that I was in Italy it was in 1995. It is about time to go back! :)

      • 18 years…It is not “about time”, it is TIME to come back!!!

  2. I love your paper work, looking forward to your new blog, new paper cutting templates, AND i happen to live in LA so i will get a chance to see your work. Busy, busy, busy.

  3. Dear Elsita,

    How did you find you authentic voice when it came to making art?

    Sincerely,

    Michelle

    • Dear Michelle,
      That is a very good question. I promise to write a blog post about it.
      But the quick answer is that it is a slow process that involves:

      *curiosity
      *observation
      *exploration
      *patience
      *focus
      *intention
      *discipline
      *and lots of consistent work

      Such process never ends and that’s the beauty of it.
      Your creative voice adapts/evolves/gets stuck/takes off… according to how
      you are experiencing life at the moment. It is like a “living organism”.

      I saw your blog and Flick and I LOVE the ceramics so much!
      Sending a hug!
      Elsita :)
      Elsa Mora recently posted..My December Show.My Profile

  4. Your studio looks just so beautiful..as I’m sure your show will be. Can I be annoying and ask what lights you use here? I’m always in a quandary about the best way to photograph artwork..

  5. Incredible work! I also love the “dirty” pictures… They reveal the “cleanliness” of your work.

    A hug from Portugal
    Suzamna recently posted..“INVENÇÃO DO AMOR”My Profile

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