Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"

Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"
Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"
Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"
Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"

Counsel Langley "You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You"

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Counsel Langley (Port Townsend)

You Didn't Mean to Do That, Did You, 2017
Acrylic, ink, original photo archival print on board
24" x 24"
ready to hang
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Counsel Langley grew up in the Pacific Northwest among shipwrights and foundry workers—people with strong traditional skills and respect for materials. Their influence played a large part in her choice to study metalsmithing at Massachusetts College of Art (earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Art, 1999). The rigor of metalwork honed Langley’s discipline, steady hand, attention for detail, and love for surface treatment (rough, smooth, matte, shiny, sparkly, natural, mechanical etc).  Her work remains rooted in a metalsmith’s approach to making art.

Upon returning to the Pacific Northwest in 2001 Langley’s mixed media pieces have been widely exhibited; recent venues include the Museum of Northwest Art, Roq La Rue, PUB Gallery at Peninsula College, OGHE Ltd., Ghost Gallery and Bridge Productions and her work is held by the Seattle City Light Portable Works Collection. Langley’s work has been featured in Seattle Magazine, Trickhouse, Beautiful/Decay blog. Her love for cross-discipline collaborations sparked opportunities to work with literary publications Filter Literary Journal, Poetry Northwest Magazine, the creation of album art, and she spent the summer of 2017 as a scenic designer for Key City Public Theatre’s post-apocalyptic production of Henry IV, Part I.  

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