Jeffrey Allen Price
How did you get into debt?
Describe your art practice
For over 20 years I have been making works of art that use solely (or in large part) byproducts from everyday life and residues from my art processes (eggshells, laundry lint, teabags, used tape, old paintbrushes, dirty sponges, etc). I also favor using materials that are natural and readily available, such as rust, potatoes, coffee grounds, etc. Recently my studio practices has centered around the creation (or presentation) of PROCESS SCULPTURES, works made from the by-products of various art and life processes. I also innovated a series called BRICKOLAGES whereby brick forms are made from casting and assembling various recycled and reused materials from art and life.
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
I ask myself that question all the time. I'm certain the answer is yes, but as of right now I can only assume that my primary themes would remain, but the scale of my production would be much grander.