NYC artist, Chris Twomey is this week’s guest blogger for the Artist as Collector Series.

Moving/Still #8
Inkjet printed on archival paper
11″ x 8.5″

Elizabeth Riley’s multimedia work has always been, for me, adventurous and daring. She puts together disparate elements from architecture, the urban environment and abstract forms, occasionally throwing into the mix, figures and objects.  It is free-wheeling, with a fractured sense of space, time, and reality.  

The digital collage I now have in my collection was derived and shown at her recent installation exhibited at Storefront Bushwick in Brooklyn, NYC.  The physical installation, “Tabletop Cityscape” was created using inkjet-printed video stills, embedded video and found wood. One video was intimately embedded in a 6″ hole and while another projected a video of the Green Chair 2, conveying both private and public modes of experiencing a city.  It was so active and full of life.

My print, made from video stills and ipad photos, is called “Moving/Still #8.  It is from a series of 12 digital prints. Each are inkjet printed on archival paper, 11 x 8.5” in an edition 200.They are quite inexpensive. I loved mine because of the colors, references to origami and that weird hairy plant in the lower left.  The quality is wonderful. See more of her work or get a print for your own collection at

Chris Twomey is a multi- media artist, filmaker, curator and writer. (and a mother… so to Chris, and all you other hard working, hard loving momma’s out there- Have a Happy and Beautiful Mother’s Day!)
To see more of Chris’ work or to contact her:

Studio phone & fax: 212-505-0586
Friday, May 11, 2012 @ Artists Talk on Art
 Westwood Gallery, 568 Broadway at Prince Street, NYC
Fridays, at 7:00 PM, with doors opening at 6:00 PM.  $7.00 admit
Upcoming Solo Exhibition: Chris Twomey – STOLEN GOODS
JUNE 7, opening 6-8pm – June 31, 2012
580 Eight Avenue, 7th Floor, @ 38th Street NYC

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