I’m not one for making resolutions but I’ve renewed my attention to this blog for the new year, considering it’s been almost an entire year since posting anything. I figured, it’s time to catch up before we move on.
Tag Archives: process
Winter in the studio
For the past six weeks I’ve been working on another large commission for Moon Rabbit Collective’s new retail space here in town
Finding renewed inspiration
October 6, 2021 On January 1, 2014, I decided to put down my paint brushes and focus solely on sculpting. I felt that as much as I wanted to paint, sculpture was more widely appreciated than two dimentional art. I believed that “people” engaged with sculpture in a more significant way than paintings, so theContinue reading “Finding renewed inspiration”
The origin of Fortune Cat
“The wisdom of the fortune cookie presented by Fortune Cat are truly words to live by.”
Return of the blog
September 2, 2021 So it’s been six months since I last posted. I had set aside the Cheshire cat in order to get another project done in time for an event (rescheduled twice) that I had already committed to, prior to the Covid restrictions. I’ll save that for another post. Also, in the past sixContinue reading “Return of the blog”
Creating a Custom Shifter Handle
I was recently comissioned to alter a shifter handle from the manufacturer’s logo to a personal symbol.
Here are a couple of projects that I have been working on over the past couple of months, Both of them have an overall concept of incorporating found mechanical, or industrial looking objects and each with the intent for submission to juried publications.
The curse of social media
June 27, 2020 Over the past couple of weeks, I have spent a lot of time considering the amount of time and energy that gets devoted to various social media outlets. Specifically, how much time I have spent on trying to juggle Instagram, two Facebook pages, Patreon, this website and how to “engage” with “relevantContinue reading “The curse of social media”
Getting a little “Heisenberg” or maybe “Rauschenberg”
April 29, 2020 Copper sulfate looks remarkably like the crystal blue meth in Breaking Bad. Taking some inspiration from Robert Rauschenberg, I have delved into the world of electroforming. Not that Rauschenberg did electroforming, but he was always looking to incorporate new processes and new materials, adding to the vocabulary in his body of work. Continue reading “Getting a little “Heisenberg” or maybe “Rauschenberg””