I am a multimedia artist.
The original Girl Soda Atlas, written and Illustrated by K.J.Legry ©2008 (11″x17″ hand-bound, limited edition) is in a private collection. Three original (8″x10″ limited edition) copies are also in private collections.
The Girl Soda Atlas © 2016 revised and expanded edition and the Girl Soda Atlas Mother Nature “Oracle” WildCard Deck online version features excerpts from the Girl Soda Universe as it relates to a physical installation space (still in progress). The installation show opening and series of featured performances are TBA. (Auditions for musicians, dancers and performance artists will be open to students and professionals.) Public participation will be filmed.
Below are some details of the “Clouds” in the installation:
Charlotte Joko Beck is the Sesshin master in “Everyday Zen” & “Nothing Special”
Perfect World Perfect as You/ and Emperors to Pour Waterways That Man Empire to Carry Rice was a random torn slip of paper from a Wilson Quarterly article about Confucius.
The original Girl Soda Atlas is dedicated in love and sisterhood to Heather.
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Online (revised and expanded) edition of Girl Soda Atlas © K. J. Legry 2016 All Rights Reserved
Limited revised and expanded edition(s) Girl Soda Atlas © 2008, 2015, 2016 Printed in Portland, Oregon U.S.A.
Edited by K. J. Legry
Layout/Book Design(s) by K.J. Legry
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Visit Jeff Koons: Exhibit: “celebration”/ Artwork: “cake” to view a project that K. J. Legry mixed palettes and collaboratively painted for. The conceptual artist Jeff Koon’s production of “Celebration” was shown at the Guggenheim in New York.
Visit the Pollock-Krasner Foundation: grants for working artists page
K. J. Legry worked for the Pollock-Krasner foundation, with a firm belief that helping working artists to do what they love and be who they are, is what life is for.
K. J. Legry spent two consecutive summers exploring Japan with her camera and sometimes she dreams of moving there.
Daisuki. . .then. . . Aishiteru. . .
then. . .
Back to the drawing board.