Polly M. Law

Photo courtesy of Mizuyo Aburano/Woodstock School of Art

Polly M. Law is an artist, bricoleur, and mythologenist living and working in the Mid Hudson Valley of New York.  She explores attachment in both the literal and spiritual senses, humans and nature are her vehicles. Bricolage and monoprinting are her media which she exploits ignoring the boundary between art and craft- especially the traditionally feminine hand-crafts. She has been a craftswoman, illustrator- advertising and editorial, bricoleur, and printmaker. She turned her interest in language into a book: “The Word Project: Odd & Obscure Words- Illustrated,” featuring over 100 of her “word-dolls.” Ms. Law has an abiding interest in semiotics, the symbolism inherent in everyday objects; and an abiding and futile anxiety about entropy.

“Numen I/ Greenman” 9″x9″ Bricolage
“Greenman D” 13.5″x11″ Monoprint
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