This Friday: Hollow Bones

DSC_2394Kill Devil Hill Presents:Hollow Bones By Michelle Enemark and Dylan Thuras

Opening : August 13th Friday 6pm-9pm On View : August 13th - September 8th

"In the style of a cabinet of curiosities, Enemark and Thuras have carefully curated a new installation for the Widows Watch. Combining photography, drawings, sculptures and taxidermy, the two pay homage to our flying feather friends." (via Kill Devil Hill)


I am so excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit I've been working on. Our favorite shop in Brooklyn, Kill Devil Hill, has recently transformed their intimate back room into an art salon and asked Dylan and I if we'd like to show some of our work there. After sharing total enchantment with David Attenborough's Life of Birds, we decided to conjure up a wunderkammer of birds. I've got lots of different works in the show, from photography and drawings to some mixed media displays - and hopefully, if all goes first attempt at a wet specimen. We'll have some pieces from our collection on display as well.

Scroll down for a sneak peak of some work in the show. And please join us, this Friday, August 13 (Friday the 13th!) from 6-8. Hendrick's gin will be sponsoring, so come sip a summer cocktail and enjoy some birds the way an 18th century gentleman naturalist might.

Kill Devil Hill is located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on Franklin Street between Java and Kent. Just one block off the Greenpoint G train.



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