To Understand a Tree (ongoing)
Tree and Site
Participants and Public Engagement
Cycle of Self-Determination
Chair and Tree Studies
New World Reconsidered
The Versatile Queer-All
A River Twice
The Boy Mechanic Project
Portrait of Audubon
After Winslow Homer
The Coracles of Pignut Pond
1 x 1
The Candidate is Absent
King Philip Was a Warrior Bold...
"Self-Made, Gina Siepel’s queer coming-of-age story at Vox Populi Gallery," by Levi Bentley, ArtBlog Philadelphia, 2018
"Gina Siepel's Listening Trips," by Jacqueline Gleisner, Art21 Magazine, 2016
"To Understand a Tree: An Environmental Art Piece by Gina Siepel," by Shira Zaid, "The Sophian," 2020
"Gina Siepel: The Artist as Explorer," by Lauren Lessing, "Currents 6" exhibition catalog essay, Colby College Museum of Art, 2010
"Gina Siepel: Currents 6," by Carl Little, Art New England, 2011
"Against the Grain: The Emergence of Queer Woodworkers," by John-Duane Kingsley, Decorative Arts Trust Bulletin, June 6, 2022
Solitude Will Not Be Solitude: still #4
graphite on paper
9" x 12"
This series documents and the experience of moving at the Pond, depicting the movements of Salyers and I, and utilizing phrases from reflective writings done on site as part of the process.
All images and text copyright 2006-2023 Gina Siepel. All rights reserved.
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