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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.

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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. ↓

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

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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 :)

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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