In the Studio
Artistic Creations, a collection of artwork by Kerry Mott, created from duct tape, is featured in the Gallery during the month of September. Mott is a local, self-taught artist. She says of her work, “I work in two different media: acrylic painting and what I have termed duct tape pointillism. I am best known for my work with duct tape, which is made by hand-cutting thousands of pieces of tape and layering them to create textured, eye-popping art. The layered approach allows me to create works with considerable dimension, giving the viewer a unique experience from any distance. She continues, “The pieces selected for this show represent my artistic style, mediums and taste. I like testing my limits by trying all different subjects, to see what I can create. There should be a little something for everyone in this show!” Her work can be found all over the world, including over a dozen pieces in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museums.