Couldn’t pass up the annealed wire at the hardware store last night. I love wire forms but have never tried my hand. More to come!
helen friel - here’s looking at euclid (paper sculptures of mathematician oliver byrne’s illustrations of euclid’s elements, 2012)
Tetrahedral kites by Alexander Graham Bell, (1898-1912)
Everything you see here is for sale, all are original hand-drawn/painted artworks, not prints, and all are framed and ready to hang.
Graphite Loop Drawings: 30.00
Triangle Paintings: 40.00
Ink & Graph Paper Grid Drawings: 60.00
Sumi-Ink 90 degree Angle Drawings: 95.00
7E Guest Artist - Elod Beregszaszi
Elod is a paper artist/engineer based in London. He creates art installations, commercial backdrops, greeting cards, jewelry, etc. He writes, “I look forward to develop a kinetic language to explore form through the constellation of cuts and folds.”
We are very happy to hear he is a fan of our blog and super excited to have him join our community.
Artwork framed and off to the brand new Mini Gallery inside Lo Yo Yo Records downtown Athens! The show opens this Saturday October 5th from 4-9. Super-talents Anthony Wislar and Cindy Jerrell also in this first show. Part of the Pulaski St. Art Crawl!https://www.facebook.com/MiniGallery
Test frame for upcoming collage show in Athens worked! 23 more to come. Details soon….
(A little influence from Richard Tuttle here.)
Much that she says about her process—the rule-making, the obsessive labor, the freedom of the mind as the hands work repetitively—are resonant with my own process. I love to learn shared goals. It proves to me that I’m touching on something universal.
NY-born artist Liza Lou's Color Field is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego — part of her long lineage of labors of love and collaboration made with her communities in Los Angeles and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
I confess that I don’t always appreciate his work, but there are definitely some pieces that are so brilliantly simple that I keep coming back to him for inspiration. These short videos by SFMOMA offer some interesting insights into his work and some ways to think about it.
Hope this amended version meets your insanely high standards
Finally finding the direction I want to go with the new collages. I’m treating the paper more sculpturally, shaping it, cutting holes in it, adding layers and hanging vellums. Paper cat is helping! These will be in the upcoming ‘Assembled’ at The Classic Center in Athens this fall, a collage show curated by Didi Dunphy.
They’re here! I’m very excited to offer this set of 10 postcard prints of my plant drawing series. Professionally printed on nice, thick cardstock. They would look great pinned on a wall together or propped on a bookshelf. You can purchase them here.