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.
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.
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.