Thanks for checking in again. I have images of new work for New York. The vessels are slowly but surely being made as I find time and energy. I'm excited to share with everyone the latest pieces for the 41st annual ACAC show at the Lincoln Performing Art Center in Manhattan! The show is June 10th and 11th and I have a Gofundme (https://www.gofundme.com/wi2nyc) to hopefully raise enough money to cover expenses of driving to NYC with my art, tent and display items for the show. We are over 2/3s of the way there. A big thank you to everyone who has donated and shared my story. I understand there are many other important issues to support but your support for this dream is greatly appreciated. I will definitely keep all in mind who help with this endeavor.
Trying to come up with a title for this one. I'm thinking something along the lines of "Slow-food", "Food" or something dealing with land stewardship.
Vessel about water/ground pollution. Still considering a title for this one as well. I incorporated raising, fabricating, chasing and repousse in this piece. I'm very happy with the new direction. This vessel is made from reclaimed brass vessel, copper water supply pipe an copper printing plate.
First vessel utilizing a lot of chasing and repousse.
Blue Patina! This one was made from reclaimed casket-making metal scraps.https://www.gofundme.com/wi2nyc
These decorative pisces are so wonderfull and beautiful and great when it comes to home decorating .. that blue patina is great .. you are doing great ... keep going ..ReplyDelete