About the Artist
Teresa Redden (Seattle) received a 2006 GAP to purchase equipment, materials, professional documentation services and promotion related to her studio practice as a sculptor. Redden creates small scale sculptures composed of individual rings of white, 24-pound acid free paper that are woven together in planned sequences and affixed into stationary forms. The delicate pieces are small enough to fit into the palm of the hand and can take up to 160 hours of labor per individual sculpture.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.