Friday, September 13, 2019
OK, so school started again, that means summer is over and I have been busy. Hopefully that explains the lack of blog posts. The Member's Show at The Mosesian Center for the Arts started on Sep 12. The opening Reception is Sep 19th. If your looking to see some really excellent art, shown in a cool venue, near some awesome places to eat, head on over! While you are there check out X-382 #3. He will be chilling there for the duration.
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Well my luck streak is continuing. I just got into a show at The Art Center in Dover NH. The show, Unexpected, starts on the 9th of August. I entered five robots and three made the cut, Ray, FDR, and a yet to be named guy. The opening reception is Saturday August 10 from 6-8, come on by!
Patiently waiting for a name.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
I have a few irons in the fire right now. One, the old slide projector robot I previously posted about, more on that later. Another is a piece I am creating to donate to a charity auction this October for The Nan Project. This is an organization near and ear to my heart. They do amazing work with schools and other organizations around suicide awareness and intervention. Here is that piece:
I am happy with how this is going, and even happier when I had one of those "Ah-Ha" moments while working on it. It was disassembled and in this state when I had my flash of inspiration:
My plan is to use another one of these old Weston Gauges, take out the meter face and seen here, and then build in different insides into it. I think using it this way will allow me more artistic exploration than just building with the meter as is. Stay tuned, I think this will be cool!
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
So after finishing up the Tired and worn down robot I jumped right into a new project. This is what I am wrenching on:
I really cranked on this piece, especially after we got back from vacation. I am quite happy with how it came out. It projects a distinct personality, which is important to my work, but I don't think the pictures truly convey the worn down patina that it does in person. Anyway here it is:
Friday, June 21, 2019
I have been picking away and making a tired and worn down robot. Most of my work has a kind of used look to it, but I wanted to really push that image to the front with this piece. I am pretty happy with the progress thus far, here's a few shots of what I have.
I'll make updates as I move along with this project. I am finding this one much more satisfying than I thought and that's always a good thing.