Saturday, September 2, 2017

Mini Open Studio on Monday 28

Showing and explaining. Photo Debra Ramsay
Debra Ramsay, Gracia Khouw, Lynn Truncale and Patricia Zarate. Photo Richard Bottwin
Work in progress: taped alphabet and FIVE FOUR series

Wooster St, Words in Windows

Living in SoHo for the last 2,5 weeks of the residency

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Last 20 Days / Presentation Work in Progress 28 August / Please RSVP

Newsletter / ISCP Studio #301, 10 August 2017
Welcome to the studio! Email graciakhouw (at)

Link to Newsletter about presentation
Please RSVP to graciakhouw (at)
Metropolitan Avenue on a cloudy day

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Work in Progress - FIVE FOUR LESS MORE - - -

Studio shot - MANY - MUSE - 24 x 30 in / 61 x 76,2 cm - inkjetprint (Epson Hot Press) 330 gsm paper next to CC3
8,5 x 11 in (21, 6 x 28 cm) /  inkjetprint (Epson Hot Press) 330 gsm paper
Introducing Dutch words - - -

Going to Katonah / Kay Rosen at The Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield

With friend Karen, we went on the Harlem Line northbound.
About more than an hour ride from Grand Central NY -
Bought lunch and ate it in this in this gazebo - (no pictures, found this on the internet)
A taxi brought us to the museum in Ridgefield - (no buses on Sunday)
3 Wallpaintings and 12 drawings: a delightful show!
Silent - solemn - tickley
Back in Katonah, outside of Katonah Art Museum: flags!
A flagdrop?

Friday, July 28, 2017

Inside the Oculus, 911 Memorial, Poetry

Steps leading to the PATH trains to New Jersey, like being inside a whale.
Lots of photo moments
It's only the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, it's impressive and enormous.
110 Steel ribs each about 56 tons
911 Memorial
All this in the financial district of New York.
Meanwhile, there's free poetry in Union Square subway station. People were waiting in line.