Super excited about Greg Cook’s review of “SWELL,” the group exhibition I’m included in currently at GRIN in Providence, which was published on January 15th in the print and online versions of the Providence Phoenix. Check out the article online here.

Apparition (If I’d realized it would be so fleeting)

I was lucky enough to get a full paragraph on my installation: “Katrina Ellis’s past works have included installations that look like critters hiding under afghans and fabric and lace pieces that look like mutant jewelry-doilies. Here Apparition (If I’d Realized It Would Be So Fleeting) is three bands of die-cut turquoise and green fabric held together by pins, plus some yarn and buttons to span part of the room. It creates a charming droopy pattern, like psychedelic inkblot spiderweb of chopped-up men’s ties.”

I also have three works on paper in the flat files. “SWELL” continues at GRIN through March 1st. They are located at 60 Valley Street, in the Olneyville section of Providence.