Rip it Up and Start Again


Sunday, April 26, 2015

Kathleen White, Cars

K. White, 2000
graphite on storyboard paper
Among Kathleen's areas of exploration exists a prodigious output of drawings, watercolors and sculptures of cars. These works began after the death of her youngest sister Charlene who was tragically killed by a drunk driver in 1998. The pieces continued into the dawn of the new century; the last pieces dated 2001. Kathleen would loosely refer to these works as Vehicles of Transition.

K. gifted a great number of the sculptures almost as quickly as they were made, and continued to give the remainder to friends and family throughout the rest of her life.

To commemorate Kathleen's 55th birthday this alLuPiNiT entry on April 27 will be an ongoing repository for all things related to this vast enigmatic endeavor.

The post will be an "unfixed" exploration of thoughts and observations.

If you have any of these pieces from Kathleen, please send  photos and we will post them here ...

R, S.
Fall River,
April 27, 2015
from undated  notebook

courtesy Hunter Reynolds, NY

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Thief's Journal

R.S. / K.W. Jean Genet, The Thief's Journal, Grove Press paperback, tape, rubber band, wood, alLuPiNiT, 2012