During this coronavirus pandemic, Interact artists have continued to work from home. See examples of their work below!
A kaleidoscopic weaving
Emmanuelle Quinn works across fibers, sculpture, and drawing. They made this weaving in 2019. Lately they’ve been continuing a series of digital drawings from home in MS Paint. Of the drawings, they said, “I refer to them as a whole as ‘squiggles.’ As in, ‘I’m working on my squiggles,’ or ‘This squiggle is giving me a hard time.’ They’re very repetitive to work on. I’m also drawn to repetitive patterns in fiber work.” #ArtWorkingFromHome
Michael James Brindley
Michael James Brindley has been a company member of Interact since 1997 and has acted in a multitude of shows, traveled the world, and written hundreds of poems during his career. We are sharing a poem Michael wrote during quarantine entitled, “Worriedness,” which certainly hits home for many around the world. Clink link below to see the poem!
The work of Philip Price, who is continuing a series of graphite portraits of comic book characters. He uses the graphite drawings to plan larger acrylic works on paper. This is a portrait drawn in graphite of Fred Danvers from Supergirl.