Monalog Collective Artist Profile – Beverly Conway

Beverly Conway – Open Ended Wrenches

Tools are as old as humankind, perhaps older. They were crafted and used for survival as well as creating art. Although the design and materials have changed, tools remain an extension of our hands and creativity. Some of my earliest memories are seeing tools in my father’s workshop. They were in constant use building and repairing. Some have been used over four generations — his grandfather to his father to him and now me. They are one of my connections to an earlier time. My tintype images are one of a kind, each made by hand using collodion, an historic photographic process dating to the mid nineteenth century.

To view this artists images, along with the full Monalog show – Visit Gallery 270

Here’s our discussion with Beverly during our recent webinar with the Monalog Collective. The entire webinar is available here.

The full Monalog Collective Webinar featuring all the artists can be watched here.

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