Sculpture

Collision 1 and Collision 2: paper, images on newsprint; 2013
Collision 1 and Collision 2: paper, images on newsprint; 2013

 

Collision 3: paper, images on newsprint; 2013
Collision 3: paper, images on newsprint; 2013

 

Collision 2: Detail
Collision 2: Detail

 

Collision 1: Detail
Collision 1: Detail

 

Collision 2 and 3: paper, image on newsprint; 2013
Collision 2 and 3: paper, image on newsprint; 2013
Twin: steel; 2012. SOLD
Twin: steel; 2012. SOLD

 

Twin: Detail
Twin: Detail

 

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Before: paper, beads, thread; 2013

 

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Before: Detail

 

After: paper, beads, thread; 2013
After: paper, beads, thread; 2013

 

After: Detail
After: Detail

 

Huddle: 1/16" steel rod; 4 x 4 x 2 ft.; 2012
Huddle: 1/16″ steel rod; 4 x 4 x 2 ft.; 2012

Huddle is formed from the shape of multiple female figures crouching.

That time in the mountains: photograph, beads, thread; 8x 11"; 2010
That time in the mountains: photograph, beads, thread; 8x 11″; 2010

I use black beads in my work to echo a the black lines in censored documents. In this work the beads erase the subject matter of the photograph while simultaneously embellishing it. Beading has become a tool to create work about difficult, unresolved, and emotional subjects.

Nathan: graph paper; 2012
Nathan: graph paper; 2012

One piece of graph paper taken from CAMH in Toronto was cut into strips and then woven back together.

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This work by Shannon Lea Doyle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

 

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