Tag: contemporary art
Some Recent Progress
Here are some details of the current work. The second pic shows at left the underdrawing of what will be a part of a cathedral. The goal is to complete this work by early summer.
Here you can see some of the hundreds of pilings that are being added which will eventually support the main structures which I’m working on now. Using blueprints, the idea is to mimic in a relatively accurate way the construction of sections of a large gravity dock such that are found on the Great Lakes.
Some Developing Textures on the New Work
4′ wide by 6′ tall on canvas. Another 3D work which will incorporate built wooden structures based on industrial scale docks as once found on Lake Superior. I’m utilizing hundred-year-old blueprints for their construction. This work will focus on time and to some extent, cycles.
Beginning New Work
I continue my interest in specific structures set against the painted surface. Here we have the pilings of what will eventually be a bridge.
Lots of progress made, but work continues on the current project (tentatively titled Solanus), with lots of refining ahead.
Personal Structures – Identities, Venice Biennale 2019
I’m so honored to be participating in Personal Structures – Identities in Venice, Italy next week!
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