Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Five Borough Multiverse
Callen Thompson | Five Borough Multiverse | collaboration piece | #failjewelry
Five Borough Multiverse
Five Borough Multiverse

Callen Thompson Collaboration

Five Borough Multiverse

$ 475.00

I moved to LA right before quarantine. Now, years later (ha), I've started noticing pinks, metals, and brighter bits of Southern California colors emerging in my paintings. Seashells and Santa Monica sunsets, giant tropical flowers, and shiny cars of this wide, brimming with art city, are starting to peek through. This piece, made with many supplies from my beloved queer hardware store in SF, Cliff's, is an expression of my love for both cities.

ARTWORK DETAILS

Baked avocado pit dyed paper, wax, Nuro paint, sandpaper, india ink, and lime paint on wood panel, 2020, 6" x 6"

Callen is donating her proceed to support United Farm Workers, and Sundance Harvest. Learn more about her connection to these righteous causes here

View the Borough Stud Set and the Multiverse Earring inspired by this piece here and here
View the entire collaboration here.
Learn more about Callen here.

Collection

Callen Thompson Collaboration

Christine met Callie in 2011 at a dinner party at a pivotal moment in Christine's career where she unexpectedly established long term friendships that have proven nourishing for the soul and mind.  As both women ventured into new creative paths building their networks of like minded women the seeds were sewn for their love of one another's craft and this collaboration.  

Originally conceived as an in-store show, as a result of COVID-19 the collaboration moved online.  Callie created a series of one of a kind works curated by both women which Christine then translated into one of a kind earrings.