This is my final blog post for the see lab class. It contains images of my ink printings as well as other temporary installations that were created during the course of this class. This was created to be the intimate piece. It shows me showering, which is a private moment. The print is unfortunately very… Continue reading Ink and Others
For this project we began with a full shaven sheep and some buckets of soap and water. The task was to turn the wool strips into felt, then into a three dimensional object, and finally a piece on the wall. Here is the wool pile we were given. We cleaned and organized it into strips… Continue reading Soapy Sheep
“At Capacity” (55 parts on wall), “Afterwards” (14 parts on floor) At Capacity (55 parts on wall), Afterwards (14 parts on floor) is a work created by Joan Livingstone in 1998-2000.The work measured 112 in x 180 in x 12 over the walls, and in 24 in x 112 in x 112 in over the… Continue reading Joan Livingstone
Fair warning these can get a little dark but her are some drawings and doodles from my class book.
Grayson Perry is an award winning ceramicist, who lives and works in great Brittan. He was born in 1960. His father left him at the age of 4. He did well in school until around age 14, at which point he said that his demons over took him and he started to fall in love… Continue reading Grayson Perry
He is a conceptual-artist from Britain, who has mentored many great artists and is a leader in contemporary arts. “If you know my work, I believe you know me.”~Martin He puts a great deal of emphasis on the importance of names. Yes if you name a cup “Oak Tree” then it is a cup but… Continue reading Micheal Craig Martin