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    a vote for obama is a vote for mcgovern

    Since I tend to filter most information and ideas i have on culture through the lens of visual art and it’s histories, I was struck by some similarities between today’s political campaign visuals and those of the recent past. First I have always seen the obvious connection between shepard fairey’s work , on the left, Read more...

     
     

    just keep finding great still life objects

    this is just a little studio still life with my ever growing collection of found sculpture. left to right are an arrangement of fence posts, wooden circles, big steel pole, behind that is a payphone, and leaning on that is a set of ikea bed slats.i keep finding great materials like these circles of Read more...

     
     

    new inspirational source

    I have really been into dunkin donuts coffee and noticed well over a year ago that they had modified their logo to emphasize  the coffee and not their god awful donuts. For years here in charleston the only dunkin was a lonely little shop up on Savanah highway( ironically my studio is located equidistant between Read more...

     
     

    opening Friday September 12th @ the Dam Stuhltrager Gallery

    i made me a little panorama of the installation hope y’all can make it out on fridayFrom The gallery Press release:OPENING RECEPTIONSept 12 (7-9pm)
    New Perspectives on Contemporary Landscapean exhibit built on modern environments
    “Wave Module Drawings” tracks storm patterns,“Water Drawings” turns ocean into a performance,“Buoy Portraits” depicts weathered characters…New work off dry land by CHRIS COFFINto Read more...

     
     

    day 10 @ dam stuhltrager

    So I am all but finished, I still need to take some longshots of the piece, and I am working on a panoramic view, and maybe even a quicktime vr if i get a chance. It was a little iffy there for a day with those couple collapses, but everything should stay put until the Read more...

     
     

    day 9@ dam stuhltrager

    this area has been one that i keep having to go back and mend, but seems to be holding for now.

    i added more height to this part of the wall and will finish it up tomorrow, this should be that last of it i hope.

    below is the new mended and stable back wall area, heres Read more...

     
     

    day 8 @ dam stuhltrager

    Because the collapse happened so suddenly and drastically at the start of day 8 i did not get a photo of it, but after i re-set this wall area i built it out some more so there is a more complete experience when you cross around the other side of the piece. Today Read more...

     
     

    day 7 @ dam stuhltrager

    today i spent most of my time fleshing out the form nearest to the entryway, and started making it lead out into the gallery. That is all for now, looking forward to getting started back again tomorrow, and i’m hoping that the relative humidity doesn’t change too much causing Read more...

     
     

    day 6 at dam stuhltrager

    I feel like i regained alot of ground today and the piece is starting to really resolve itself and should only take a few more days, maybe 4 or five, which will leave me with a day off before the opening.
    this is sal the dog, he also belongs to the gallery. sal Read more...

     
     

    day five at dam stuhltrager

    a day of collapses and re-starts.
    this section was okay, until i started working on it and then the whole wall went downi braced it back up and began re weaving the broken sectionsby the end of the day most had been put back, and now i will get back to it for the evening shift