Stacie Jaye Meyer

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Distillations (drawings)

41.5" x 50.5" charcoal and conte on paper, 2017

41.5" x 50.5" charcoal and conte on paper, 2017

96' x 48' charcoal and pastel on paper, 2015/16

47" x 36.5" charcoal on paper, 2015

Distillation V (polaroid, back yard view, Los Angeles, CA) 97.5" x 25.5" charcoal on paper, 2012

Fragment of distillation V (polaroid, back yard view, Los Angeles, CA) 10" x 12.5"
charcoal on vellum, 2012

Distillation III (Eugene Meyer, Pozo Road, Santa Margarita, CA), 84" x 72" charcoal on paper ', 2011

Distillation ll (Family Tree, Milwaukee, WI), 70" x 42" charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation IV (Sarah Perry & Ed Fowler, Tehachapi, CA), 39" x 75.5" graphite on paper, 2012

Installed at College of the Canyons Solo Exhibition, October 2012

Distillation 4.1 (Polaroid, Ladd's Addition, Portland, OR) 13.5" x 10.5" c harcoal on vellum, 2012

Distillation 4.1 (Polaroid, Ladd's Addition, Portland, OR) 13.5" x 10.5" c harcoal on vellum, 2012

Distillation 4.1 (Polaroid, Ladd's Addition, Portland, OR) 10.5" x 13.5" charcoal on vellum, 2012

Distillation 4.1 (Polaroid, Ladd's Addition, Portland, OR) 10.5" x 13.5" charcoal on vellum, 2012

Distillation I (Maggi Cage, Japanese Garden, San Francisco, CA, 92" x 68" charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 1), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 2), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 3), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 4), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 5), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 6), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 7), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 8), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

Distillation I detail (panel 9), 30" x 22", charcoal on paper, 2010

These drawing started as exploration of abstraction and contrast. I use my own photographs to create a physical collage in a multistep process of reworking tree branches into a new assemblage that becomes a metaphor for how technology reconfigures nature.

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