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Robert Sedestrom: Chaulk Talk

Chaulk Talk

Robert Sedestrom

I work almost every day, usually three to five hours at a time. Work begins with the placement of something on the paper. The drawings are anything but drawings. They are on paper, but other than that, they are a combination of color supplied by house paint, pastels, oil sticks, and graphite. Additions to the surface are applied with glue and are Xerox copies, newspapers, maps, and sewing patterns. I work quickly and when I look back, I am always surprised at what I have done. Hopefully they remain fresh as if they were recently completed. I like that quality about them.

This work is featured as part of the 2017 Alumni Exhibition: “Ambiguities/Innuendoes? Go Fish.”, on view at the Stamps Gallery in Ann Arbor. Check the exhibition page for dates, times, and hours.