For this collaboration, I had the pleasure of assisting Katherine Sandoz with her large scale, upcycled, collaborative fibers wall that hung on the fences during the A-Town Get Down at the Morris Center. This festival celebrates and promotes music and art as way of commemorating the life of Alex Townsend or A-Town. The Alex Townsend Memorial Foundation supports art and music engagement through education, participation and scholarship opportunities.
It was an amazing experience working on this project with Katherine and many other Savannah artists and fellow SCAD students. I aided in preparing and applying upcycled materials to the work. The final work, seen to the left is titled "Kehoe Remix".
Katharine Sandoz did a fabulous job of abstracting the landscape in a beautiful way. She has many other works like this, and I strongly recommend checking out her work on her website as well as following her on instagram, twitter, and facebook!