Hard to believe our time is ending. Wednesday will be our final day together as the show wraps up. I have really enjoyed spending so many hours in the Arts Center Studio with Julia, Elaine & Kendal. I’ll save my wrap up thoughts until another entry. Here are the photos of our “studio space” cleanedContinue reading “Artists@Work: End of our Month”
Something interesting has started growing on my pig gut. Another artist had asked if there were problems with things growing on or consuming the pig/hog intestine sculptures after drying. Organic materials… you never know! On initial thought, I replied “No”. However I should probably revise that answer. After four or five days of drying, myContinue reading “stalled project”
Heavy rain showers, sun breaks, hail & wind, we had it all today! George and I made our rounds through mushy fields at the park. I saw two red-tailed hawks and one eagle. I managed to finish 5 pig gut covered wire “pillow” forms this morning and the house still reeks of it. Here theyContinue reading “5 drying”
I’ve been playing around with more wire in hopes of finding something that feels right. This concept has been in the works for a couple of months and I was anticipating finishing it for the Howland Community open. But then life changed. Current status: in progress. Displayed on the table are the wire forms waitingContinue reading “More wire and gut”
Here are some final images with window coverings in place. Lighting and battery pack will be installed tonight. Tomorrow it’s off to the Arts Center where I hope it will sell!