Recycled keyboard keys & built over paper mache, 14"H x 9" wide, 2018, $900
“Catrol-Alt-Delete” was born from vintage recycled keyboard keys. I build the cat form from paper mache.
I’m inspired by the digital age that has become the core fuel of how we live. Computer Programming code writing is an art form in my eyes. I've been an artist my entire life who embraces all types of painting, photography and writing. Call me a girl geek and I’m proud to be one. My acrylic paintings display my love of modern/pop art combined with science, Seattle architecture, math, high tech, English slang, all mixed together with my quirky outlook on life.
Babs Fulton was born in Spokane, Washington. Her work is primarily acrylic paint, some paper collage and a growing interest in found object 3D metal /computer parts sculpture.
Her art life began with drawing and painting in elementary school and she studied pre-architecture and fine art at Washington State University.
Bab’s art was recently on display at the Gigantic Bicycle Festival in venues including The Vera Project, and the Tacoma Art Museum.