Art by Deanne K. Sole may be small and intimate but it is full of personality. Her assemblages come to life and tell a story or become characters that "interact" with their surroundings.  See more of her work at Small Space Fest: June 20th, 2016.  

Her art is also currently on display at Satellite Contemporary's  current exhibition: Debris Field.

On her art: "My works are small and intimate: hand-sized assemblages of found objects.

 a sweet smile, so full of human love, 2016

a sweet smile, so full of human love, 2016

I don’t consider them finished until I have brought them them into a space and arranged them in a way that suggests, I hope, the scattered irregularity of stars. Niches and scuffs on the walls become part of the curation. 

 he changed his tone, 2016

he changed his tone, 2016

 

My sense of scale and arrangement has been influenced by Richard Tuttle; my enthusiasm for found materials has been affected by Rauschenberg, Schwitters, and Phyllida Barlow. 

I have lived in Las Vegas for five years. I work at the Marjorie Barrick art museum on the UNLV campus, I co-manage the Satellite Contemporary gallery, and I assist in the editing of the local art website Settlers + Nomads."

Settlers and Nomads

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