Things I make that are not exactly paintings
I'm so glad you're posting your stuff here. It's good to see all your work and I've added you to my RSS reader to see future work.
These are haunting. There is an agency and urgency to them that transcends the sculpture-as-going-shopping trend, even though the material is clearly discernable, and carries clear associations to kindergarten crafty things. (the material carries these associations not the works) It's fearless.Judd, Stockholder, and Apfelbaum are all painters, dealing with color and form.Looking forward to more.
Thank you, Vittorio. That means a lot.
These remind me of snorkeling. And I know you did not get the ideas for these from that, because you don't don't do that. I'm glad people in the art world like these, but let me like them for my reasons. I know you will.
i like these
Hey, thanks, Meridith. I am not at all trained in sculpture, formally or by self. Things like "sides" and being able to see things from different angles is foreign to me. But sometimes I really want to make objects. Left a comment on Martin's blog about how riveting I found your pieces. Must see them in life!
yeah I saw your comment. That's when I clicked on your link. I'll let you know next time I have a show up. you're also welcome in to visit the studio in Bushwick anytime.
That would be great. Right now a physical problem with my feet is preventing me from doing most things, but I hope soon that will be in the past.
I saw these at Bryan and Elizabeth's house. Some of them.
Ah, they still live! How nice.