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Studio Practice | Cascades
The Castaic fire closed off our path to and from the cabin complicating plans. Luckily our tight knit mountain community guided us to a road that circumvented the mountain range to and from Los Angeles. On a regular commute the 5 passes the cascades— when it rains or snows up where we are, you can almost always catch the water flowing from the grapevine. This new route took us around the mountain, following the path of the Los Angeles aqueduct through some of the most stunning landscapes. It reminded me of my favorite project: 100 mules walking the Los Angeles aqueduct by artist Lauren Bon.
SITTING AND GATHERING
I wanted to highlight this project which was one of the first times I was able to combine my design and art projects — I usually keep these two very separate and secret.
Those of you who replied to my last newsletter for a postcard should have received it by now, some of the international requests might still be in transit. I had so much fun sending these out, I will try again in the future.
Thank you to everyone who ordered Hot Air Rises and pre ordered Ten Thousand Tons. I think the first couple of orders of Hot Air Rises might have a typo, so if you have a typo in the intro note, you have some of the first few copies!
Ten Thousand Tons will be going to print earlier than I originally noted, so I will try to send it out before the 12.15 ship date.
Preview pricing on these two projects will end in the new year, if you haven't ordered and want too, this might be a better time. This will also be my last newsletter of 2022, I will resume after the new year. You're all welcome to stay in touch by email in the meantime.