Sean is the only one who has sent me preliminary photos of a sculpture in progress! Has anyone else been making art, or working on sculptures? Post photos in the comments!
Body Worlds Vital-Boston Hello all, I hope you are making art and continuing to immerse yourself in the arts. Last week I attended a scientific exhibit, Body Works Vital. I learned a lot about the human body. It was beautiful, interesting and amazing. The show is at Faneuil Hall in Quincy Market until early spring, […]
Artsy Forager Aern’t we all foresting for art in our lives? This is a great site. It features awesome artists, studio spaces, artwork and more. Similar to the Jealous Curator, but a little more all over the place, check it out, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!! Also: Angela check this artist out: Interesting take on self portraits, Canadian […]
I know we don’t have class today, and I am missing our classroom chaos and fun art making. Here is some local Boston sculpture for you to check out! This sculpture was recently in a sculpture exhibition at Massart! HAppy Holidays!!! http://www.bostonhandmade.org/2010/09/5-ceramic-sculpture-artists-you-need-to.html
] “I begin my work by planning out what is necessary to create what I am imagining. The rest comes to me as I am working and making. These pieces all mean something to me, but I like to the viewer decide what it means to them” -Sean
“I want to communicate my perspective, but also I want to provoke viewers into really thinking about the motivation behind the work. My work is experimental and structural. I communicate my ideas through the juxtaposition of structure and material. I like to manipulate the viewer’s relationship with appearances. My sculptures are influenced by solid […]
“Making sculptures for me is not easy, especially when I am working within specific materials for a certain project. When I make art I usually don’t think about it, I let my hands do what ever they want. When I am finished, I reflect on meaning. I am inspired by my memories, daily life, and […]