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  • Archives: blog

     
     

    studio panorama

    if you click on the image above you can get a pretty good view of the studio currently. I was shooting the panorama for a little booklet i was going to make to take with me to new york, but i have gotten more into the photo stitching software than i have gotten into the Read more...

     
     

    studio ramblings and stir stick ordering

    some frames i found braced up with c clamps
    Somebody was throwing away all these perfectly good wooden frames. They are actually the frames used to brace acrylic vitrines that top off pedestals in sculpture displays( I get these from the various preparator jobs i have been doing around town). On the left behind them is Read more...

     
     

    practice makes perfect

    it has been a little while since i actually wove some stir sticks. since i am committed to a couple different woven installations over the next year and more might come up, i figured i should get back in to it. i thought instead of weaving them into existing architecture i would go for Read more...

     
     

    the bird, brancusi and the artist studio

    I am always looking for that overlap between the art world, the real world, the design world, and my world. Although brancussi is not a direct influence on me and my work i am aware enough of the history of art and contemporary sculpture to understand his influence and where it overlaps my production and Read more...

     
     

    the quest for stir sticks

    i have become an expert on wooden stir sticks. it started as an innocent exploration and blossomed into a full blown knowledge base of the tensile stregnth and construction uses of stir sticks. I know that in order to complete my installations i need the 7″ rounded end wooden coffee stirrers, the birch ones, made Read more...