Works of Art

Mark Jenkins- Washington Post Journalist
More ephemeral — and thus more characteristic — are Annie Broderick’s cloud of suspended cotton twill and Adjoa Burrowes’s shredded-cardboard wall piece, which entwines strips of a box’s raw-brown and printed-blue sides. Full article

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Learn more about my art and art process through The Studio Visit

I was interviewed in my studio by Isabel Manalo and Cheryl Edwards through an online Google Meet in June of 2020. “Adjoa shared with us her intricate works made of repurposed cardboard that she peels, twists and builds to create dynamic sculptures that address notions of deconstruction, decay and entropy. She talks about her intuitive approach to peeling and shaping the recycled cardboard…”

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View my paper sculpture “Hang On” in this group exhibit presented by the Washington Sculptors Group and McLean Project for the Arts in person through Nov. 14, 2020 and online.

See “Unravel” my paper sculpture on view in the 2020 Mashup exhibition addressing the theme “Election Year,” featuring over 60 works in the gallery through Nov. 8, 2020 and virtually.

The 10×10 offers collectors of all levels a chance to acquire artist-donated, original art at a great price. Three of my hand pulled prints will be in this group exhibit Nov. 13 – Jan 3, 2021 at Pyramid.

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