Monthly Archives: September 2012

Step Two: Do a Lot of Bad Drawings

September 18th, 2012 (No Comments)

“This piece lingers in a border space, something that is real and yet still feels like you are only seeing it and then finishing it or making it real in your head. Like a piece of poetry made real, crystallizing for a minute.” I began drawing butterflies about six years ago. They just started popping [...]

The Plan

September 14th, 2012 (No Comments)

Preliminary drawing by Kathleen Griffin “An image in time, an experience, a moment that flickers so brightly that it cannot last.”   The Plan “The Butterflies of Memory” is a temporary public sculpture on the site of the collapsed Smallpox Hospital Ruins on Roosevelt Island in Manhattan. Seventeen giant gold butterflies, each thirteen feet in [...]

Support “Butterflies” during Couture Fashion Week

September 14th, 2012 (No Comments)

This Weekend, Black Tie International Magazine hosts a viewing of Butterflies of Memory during Couture Fashion Week at the Waldorf Astoria. Invite/RSVP information below!   Friends of Black Tie You are invited to a special viewing at the Waldorf Astoria Black Tie International Magazine Exhibit 3rd floor, Luxury Showcase during Couture Fashion Week. September 15,16,17 2 PM [...]