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CorkBoat_onTree_7

November 2, 2015
by kybro
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Navigating rough waters…

Navigating rough waters of the cork tree these supple, delicate, yet sea-worthy boats twist and turn with the currents and rogue swells over unfamiliar nautical expanses . They chart their course and create distinct maps on a journey all their own.     … Continue reading

photo 3

September 29, 2015
by kybro
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Mapping the Manchurian Alder

Tangles of color form oblong, organic and indistinguishable shapes. A mesh of line overlapping, creating an intricate topographical mess. Each line recorded and traced from the wrinkles of an alder, altered and expanded, assigned a color. They begin to intertwine, … Continue reading

Through the high desert

March 23, 2015
by kybro
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Entering High Desert: Caldera Awaits

Day 1: Caldera Arrival Driving through the high desert with mountains beckoning to me on all sides with their ominous presence and stark white peaks I made my way to Bend. Greeted by Kathy in her bright red pick-up we … Continue reading

BirchBark_water

October 1, 2014
by kybro
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Work in Peabody Essex Museum Art & Nature Exhibit!

I’m very excited to announce the latest exhibit Branching Out: Trees As Art in the Art & Nature Center at the Peabody Essex Museum is exhibiting a photograph of Birch Bark Series (Water Play III) an environmental installation from my residency … Continue reading

December 6, 2013
by kybro
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Graphite Junkie

Graphite stems from the Greek word graphien which means to write/draw. Luckily raw graphite of varying densities is still being compressed with clay into wooden casings. Of course, you say. Pencils. Yes a harmless #2 that you used in grade … Continue reading

September 12, 2013
by kybro
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The Final Frontier : Last Traces of WMNF Artist in Residence

Listen, listen. “Sometimes it’s so hard to listen in the city” What was I listening for? My last week in the woods I spent listening.  Listening with my heart, listening with my eyes and finally with my ears. I didn’t … Continue reading