The Providence Art Windows are an art gallery, except better - because they never close and everyone can see them at any time, all the time, for as long as the installation runs. For this reason, I am happy to say that I have some of my work up in one of them.
A short description of the work: These large (48" x 84") stitched portraits represent the moment in time that Amanda
Clayton, Urooj Khan, and Abraham Shakespeare each received a substantial
monetary prize by result of playing the lottery. The bucket, bottle,
and syringe symbolize the tragic end that each faced shortly after
winning. The glittering pillows signify the almost unattainable nature of
easy money and simultaneously relate to the stones in The Lottery.