Gwarlingo, a wonderful blog founded by Michelle Aldredge, “highlights some of the most inventive work being made today in music, writing, film, performance, and the visual arts. It is also a place where creative people can connect, explore, and share challenges, ideas, and resources.”
Recently, Michelle profiled artist Rachel Perry Welty, who makes use of everyday objects in her art. Many artists use everyday objects as their point of departure, but Welty is an artist who obsessively collects, curates, and condenses these objects:
You can read the full article, here. [Photos courtesy of the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery]
Does this inspire you to organize your clutter?