This book contains gestural drawings of my daughter and her music teacher at her flute lessons. I was exploring the repetition of act of playing flute and practicing over and over in order to improve. This relates to my practice of sketching more and more to improve. The text that is included in book are the notes taken down during lesson where her teacher would use food analogy to describe her playing and tone. I sketched into my sketchbook and then printed them with photo lithography process and folded/cut pages to introduce dimension.
paper, ink, cloth
About the artist:
Lives in Maryville, Tennessee, United States
Tatiana Potts is native of Slovakia. She received her MFA degree in printmaking from the University of Tennessee and her BFA degree also in printmaking from the University of North Carolina in Asheville. Her work is in a number of galleries, publications, and collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, UK; Printmaking Today magazine, UK; International Print Center New York; and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan. Currently, her installation is on view at Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA.