Wednesday, October 18, 2017

A curriculum developer for The Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence in the School of Social Work, Ivana Rozekova finds inspiration to make art in the world around her, mixing multiple mediums to create unique pieces. The joy of the process, she says, is that “no two pieces are ever alike.” Her composition A Walk on Beacon Hill (paper clay) was inspired by a walk in the Pacific Northwest—”the birch bark was peeling off the tree; the long and unique pod came out of a small flower; and the lichen all were gathered from a walk on Beacon Hill after a heavy rain.” Tuxedo (papier mâché) combines a rich and elegant paper motif with black velvet trim and gold leaf.

To see her work at the event, register here. Tickets are free, but this afternoon of art and entertainment is priceless.

Matthew Leib for The Whole U