“Self-Portrait with Armchair” for AIGA’s Chaircuterie

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On November 13th, AIGA Colorado and Design Council of Denver Art Museum are holding a collaborative event they are calling Chaircuterie. I am one of 25 artists that were chosen to create a 2-dimensional piece of artwork featuring a chair or chairs in some way. Here’s a bit more about the event:

Chaircuterie is brought to you by two of Colorado’s leading creative organizations.

AIGA 100 years of DesignHere’s the backstory: AIGA turns 100 this year. With a nod to the founders who provided their own chairs for the inaugural meeting, we’re marking this milestone in Colorado with an original selection of chair designs. One hundred stellar creatives are being asked to craft 25 full-size chairs, 50 miniature chairs and 25 two-dimensional chair representations.

This event supports AIGA Colorado mentorship programming and the Denver Art Museum’s Department of Architecture, Design and Graphics, steward of the AIGA Design Archives. This program is supported by Denver Arts & Venues Cultural Partner Program and the McNichols Civic Center Building.

My painting will be available for sale the night of the event and it is also available as a print here. The painting is an imagined self-portrait of myself at eight months pregnant, napping in an armchair. I say “imagined” because I didn’t pose for it directly, but I am indeed very pregnant at the moment. It is acrylic paint on watercolor paper and the size of the full artwork is 18″ x 24″. If you’re in town, come to the event! I’ll be there mingling as much as possible – while trying not to go into labor.

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