I like edges and refuse. I like rebuilding things, and I like composition, patterns, palettes, visual rhythms. The right combos make me happy or relaxed or amused. I used to rehab houses and found that was a nice physical outlet, but I’m too tired for that now so I make collages to take me out of my head and put me down on a flat palette. I try not to get ahead of the intent of any piece. It’ll tell me when it’s ready. That would be the limits of my aesthetics: out, down, wait, feel.
dreaming of those weird california cousins
About C. R. Resetarits
C. R. Resetarits is a writer and visual artists. She has had writing out recently in Southern Humanities Review and Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft and Conversations (Tupelo Press). Her collages have appeared recently in New Southern Fugitive, Midway, and The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts and will soon be featured in Gasher, Sonder Review, Pretty Owl Poetry, and Nashville Review. You can see moer of her work at crresetarits.com, at instagram.com/crresetarits/, and on Twitter @CRResetarits.