SCALPEL TO PAPER:
CARDBOARD REIMAGINED
by Charlie Pulsipher

Opening Reception
Wednesday, October 23, 7–9 pm
Running October 23-January 29

"There is magic in the minuscule, sparking imaginative exploration of hidden worlds we barely see. Miniatures have always fascinated me, and I’m drawn to the unusual, so how could I not transform a material so readily discarded, like cardboard, into something edging on priceless? It takes steady elf hands, natural nearsightedness, and inhuman patience, but each creation is unique, unusual, and beautifully detailed."
—Charlie Pulsipher

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Charlie PulsipherCharlie Pulsipher is a genetically enhanced were-hamster who writes books and sculpts cardboard into intricate creations. He spends his time away from keyboard and scalpel hiking the stunning Southern Utah landscape. He neglects his twitter account. Charlie plans on surviving the inevitable zombie-pocalypse when dust bunnies revolt against their vacuum cleaner masters.

Ask him about quantum computers, nanotech, bioprinting, or genetics, and he’ll never stop talking. Don't be fooled by his shy, humble exterior. His velociraptor impression is quite scary. It’s probably the coolest thing about him. Experience it sooner than later. Those dust bunnies look quite indignant. 

 

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35 N Main Street, St. George, UT 84770 MAP IT

We are located at 35 N Main street, in downtown St. George, UT

Hours

Wednesday: 10am-5pm
Thursday & Friday 10am-6pm