For two weeks in October, ink artist Thomas Little has been our artist-in-residence at Chinkapin Craftstead. He gave a lively and informative talk on October 7 about the origins and concepts behind the work he creates. Among several pursuits, he extracts specific elements from guns to make ink, and he actively feeds a living yellow slime mold that he uses to shape and format various prints.
In the studio during his stay, he will conduct various experiments with his inks and slime molds as he continues his research in this field.
We are grateful to Thomas Little for the incredible work he does and that we got to see and learn about what he creates.