Saturday, November 22, 2008

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Exsultate -- Jubilate

One of my favorite couples: Exsultate and Jubilate. They just (7/19/08) left the place of their birth in Landenberg to take up residence in No. Wilmington, DE in the Garden of Becky and Gordon Stewart.
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Monday, July 7, 2008

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These are maquttes of sculptures I am currently making. They are "flats" or cut outs. Both terms apply. The sculptures will be cut from either plywood or mdf. Sizes will vary with the piece and most likely be 2 to 4 ft high (tall?)

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Evidence of artistic recognition?

The 3 pieces located at the Center for Creative Arts in Yorklyn, De. were stolen some time on the night of Sat. May 10, 2008. 
Is this  evidence of artistic recognition -- perhaps a sign that the work is admired and desired strongly enough to be stolen? 
Some artists whose work has been stolen are guys like Picasso, Gauguin, Munch, Da Vinci, VanGogh, and more. Does this theft put me in their class?
Yeah, sure!

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Phreddie Phish ?

My neighbor, Bob, is an avid fisherman and he's purported to be quite expert wielding rod and reel. His skill does move beyond the mundane, to wit here on his lawn is a recent trophy -- species is yet to be determined or named. Maybe Sara (aka "Mrs. Bob") will take the reins (mixed metaphor -- fish have no reins -- and this one seems to also be lacking gills!) and supply a proper and suitable name .
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Saturday, April 26, 2008

At the Center for Creative Arts

Some day perhaps we can have a sculpture garden in the large ares between the sign and the line of trees at the CCA building. Some day...
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I've contributed these to the Center for the Creative Arts (CCA). They've been placed at the junction of Rte 82 and Yorklyn Rd. in Yorklyn, De.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Here's another "mailbox bird". This one was modeled after the carving I got a blue ribbon for in Sept. You can see it in an earlier posting on this blog.
The original one is wood -- this one is thinset mortar on a styrofoam armature.
This was a "swap"-- I made the bird and the mailbox owner, who is a painter, did a portrait of my 2 grandchildren. Posted by Picasa