Although I am not listed an a participant in this show, open June 4th, I am participating with Kelsey Allen in a joint piece. The new piece is the follow-up to "The Internet pt. 1."
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
This is the first part in a series about the internet utilizing video and streaming services like Stickam. This particular camera is set to observe and broadcast the gallery in which the sculpture is currently on display.
The first appearance of this piece will be during the day of Thursday May 13. This will be during a critique in Hamilton Hall at the University of the Arts. You can watch the critique on this blog, and even chat with other observers.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Today was the de-install of my show up at the 2424 gallery. It was easy and very straight-forward. Since the work is now down I can post the pictures of what I've really been doing the last few months. im going to try and keep it to only three pictures per piece.
The Invasion of East TexasI showed an updated version of the same piece i posted before. For the show the work was standing in a pool of oil
This is another updated piece with new legs and an environment.
The Skeletons of Old Industry Will Become the Framework for the New Order
What Are We Going To Do When the Trees Are Gone?
This is the first new piece, mostly just based off an idea of a lumberjack having to resort to chopping down oil derricks because there are no more trees.
Stands for Advanced Labor and Farming Ready Efficiency Droid.
Monday, April 26, 2010
i did a small series of stamps for an illustration course i'm taking, this was my first attempt at making something entirely out of vectors and shapes. i had a really fun time with this.
Bert & Ernie
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew & Beeker
If i end up doing anymore 2-d work, i hope i can wrangle it this way.
Monday, April 5, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Over the break I had the pleasure of working up at Considine Studios up in Lansdale PA. Considine is the leader in bronze casting. I assisted on these figures, they were constructing for LaSalle University near Philly. The figures are St Francis and Jane de Orleans, along with three children. working on these was a great, dirty and tiring time.