Art made with assorted part from toys, shells, buttons, beads, jewelry and other recyled stuff by Jane Perkins
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Adult Bunny Slippers (pattern available via link) — total cuteness from the Two Girls Patterns on Etsy.
Future reference for whenever I get around to it…
The lyric video to our new song “Transmission Home” is now viewable on The Telegraph! Watch here: http://bit.ly/1qEXmPG
When I first arrived in Yakima, WA (Middle of Nowhere), part of me was really not expecting much at all. Turns out it actually is becoming part of my favorite trip. A culture derived from agriculture - helps defines the customs, the people, the lifestyle. I grew up in that part of town - the town of Middle of Nowhere. The San Joaquin Valley full of fertile lands - celebrated the core what civilization has to offer - food. Maybe that’s why my work is so attached to this food identity entity that subconsciously is all I know. The people are different than my LA counterparts that I have been living with. Sure the decor is original from the 1970’s, but that’s part of the charm. The people here grew up here, stayed here, and will continue to live here for generations to come. Their identity is part of the land. I find myself doing things that I found myself doing growing up - creating fantasies in my head, creating artwork, stories. There is room the breathe. A glance out into the open field helps your mind wonder into a space that you knew was there, but can finally let out and step out to play. The grocery store becomes your adventure, a quiet night becomes your studio, the people you meet become the people in your stories. I feel like I never left “home” - all in the part of the middle of nowhere.