<![CDATA[RT LIVINGSTON - THOUGHTS / IMAGES]]>Thu, 17 Aug 2017 03:49:19 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[IT'S ABOUT TIME...RT Livingston talks about the exhibit at the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara as she makes connections to her larger body of work: a glimpse into her method and motivation.]]>Sun, 28 May 2017 20:14:55 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/its-about-timert-livingston-talks-about-the-exhibit-at-the-architectural-foundation-of-santa-barbara-as-she-makes-connects-to-her-larger-body-of-work-a-glimpse-into-her-method-and-motivation
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<![CDATA[May 10th, 2017]]>Thu, 11 May 2017 00:23:16 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/santa-barbara-seasons-preview-of-its-about-timehttpsbseasonscom201705its-about-time-exhibition-at-the-architectural-foundation-galleryseasons-magazine-of-santa-barbara]]><![CDATA[May 02nd, 2017]]>Tue, 02 May 2017 19:13:56 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/may-02nd-2017
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<![CDATA[THE CiC  code for the sea I see]]>Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:42:44 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/the-cic-code-for-the-sea-i-see]]><![CDATA[February 09th, 2016]]>Tue, 09 Feb 2016 23:33:23 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/february-09th-2016LIFELINES:  the show that lost its place
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What was supposed to be a four-month run turned into a ten day blip, or as some might say, a pop-up. 


Lifelines opened on Feb. 14 then nine days later, Saturday the 23rd, and with no warning, orders came from above to take it down.  The entire enterprise left the following Tuesday.

Reason: landlord greed.




The sadness is the loss of yet another exhibit venue in Santa Barbara.


I thank everyone who came to the opening and all of you who intended to see the show.  It was an honor sharing the space with Francine Hirsch.

A truncated version will be exhibited, at the Santa Barbara Tennis Club, throughout July.  Hope to see you then.

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<![CDATA[FLOCK: birds on the brink...only one week left to see exhibit]]>Sat, 16 May 2015 21:12:26 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/flock-birds-on-the-brinkonly-one-week-left-to-see-exhibit]]><![CDATA[FLOCK Lotusland, Montecito  01.27-02.23.2015]]>Mon, 02 Mar 2015 03:07:26 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/flock-lotusland-montecito-0127-02232015
SITTING DUCKS:HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT/SITE    FLOCK Lotusland, Montecito, CA RT Livingston 2015
SITTING DUCKS: HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT/SITE:

 SITTING DUCK comes from the time in a duckling’s life when the pinfeathers haven’t yet developed into feathers. Trapped on ground they are at their most vulnerable. This installation is a metaphor for our own vulnerability and an idiom warning of attack. The piece is about the plight of birds everywhere, whether through the site of a gun, or through the sites of corporate chemical barrels. Hiding in plain sight refers to looking and not seeing something obvious

Wooden mallard decoys, camouflaged as rocks, get lost in a maze of river rock.  

Their survival depends on them not being seen.

Camouflage is the act of making something blend into its surroundings. Camouflaging hunters’ decoys is an absurdity.  Decoys are meant to attract other ducks, not hide from them.  Its origins are in the First World War when camouflaged battle dress became standard issue.  

The military explored Pablo Picasso and George Braque’s cubist concepts 
in the development of the art form.


http://www.lotusland.org/flock-artists-installations/


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<![CDATA['handwriting on the wall' article]]>Sat, 31 Jan 2015 05:59:09 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/ruth-brennan-article-about-handwriting-on-the-wallRuth Brennan's article about 'handwriting on the wall'
 Rapid City Journal
    01.27.2015 
  see link below:
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<![CDATA[January 30th, 2015]]>Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:52:20 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/january-30th-2015]]><![CDATA[RT Livingston's    'handwriting on the wall'        Apex Gallery]]>Wed, 28 Jan 2015 18:36:51 GMThttp://rosannetruxeslivingston.com/thoughts--images/rt-livingstons-handwriting-on-the-wall-apex-gallery'handwriting on the wall'  
a temporary wall installation about survival in one form or another
acrylic/graphite/pastel

APEX GALLERY
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Rapid City, SD
01.16 thru 02.20.2015

'handwriting on the wall'
3'X15'

'present tense'
3'X11'

'impossible/crucial'
3'X7'

'signature piece'

an interactive wall installation
3'X6' 


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