Sculpture Finished and Glitches Fixed
I finally finished this new large piece, temporarily titled Helios Rising. I need to live with it for a while to see what I really think, but I’d say I’m happy with it. One of my common “themes” is melding organic with geometric forms into a singular whole. Here I was going for something related, which is juxtaposing organic, textured, 3D form with more graphical, linear, 2D line. So it’s something a bit different and that makes it more difficult to evaluate. Let me know what you think.
And thanks to Lisa of agirlandamac for helping walk me through fixing the glitches that showed up. Everything seems to be working properly once again. It’s so much nicer when things work properly.
July 7, 2012 @ 7:01 am
My pleasure Sam:)
Always great to work with a client who jumps in, gets their hands dirty, and does the work to keep their content fresh and website up to date.
Think this sculpture is a great and looking forward to seeing how the rest of this series evolves.
July 7, 2012 @ 12:13 pm
Beautiful lines and flow.
July 13, 2012 @ 2:23 pm
I’ve been thinking a lot about this the last few days. Sometimes it seems to me that a good piece of art could have many variations of itself, within a fairly well defined margin. One can make a piece such as this, and like organic things, it could have many slightly varied forms, but still pretty much be the same thing. Kind of a simple thought, but I think it has taken me years to understand it fully. If you went too far one way or another, this piece would fall over, but you could adjust bits and pieces. Just like bone. I “keep” a cat skeleton on a hill across the street for reminding me of these things. My better work of late has been my Rorschach of Psychosis series. It is the same thing, I can vary it here and there, but too much and it falls over, even just being 2d art. As always, thanks for your work. I do believe it will matter much in the long run. Unfortunately, an artist does not always get to enjoy fully the fruits of their labor, but I think your work will stand the test of time, and leave a legacy…