Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Friday, April 27, 2012

Mug Shot

Sometimes it's refreshing to just make work for fun. Here are a few small wheel thrown forms that I used as a  acanvas to draw on and decorate.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Atlanta Beltline Public Art "QUENCH BENCH"


Artwork Overview:
I would like to propose the “Quench Bench” which would be constructed of powder coated steel and contain approximately 100 hand thrown ceramic drinking vessels. As a part of the work I would like to create at least two separate occasions in which I personally offer people who are passing by cold drinks in a handmade ceramic cup that they keep as a reminder of the piece. The bottom of the cup will be stamped with the url as well as the year of the project. The bench is designed to hold the cups creating both a place to rest and quench their thirst. I enjoy the opportunity to interact with the community through public art. This event could be marketed and publicized through the web and social media outlets to encourage participants to partake. Installation will be simple as the bench can be anchored to concrete or will be self supporting on any level area within the beltline. 

Friday, March 23, 2012

Faculty Show 2012

A selection of work I included in the Spring Faculty Show

Monday, February 6, 2012

Rendering for Teton Public Library Proposal Jackson, Wyoming

The top of the image is the provided drawing of the detail of the space. The bottom image is the rendering I created to demonstrate how my proposed sculpture would appear after installation. I became much more familiar/intimate with the space after constructing a working model.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Sketches for New Project in Evansville Indiana

This current project reflects my inspiration from the FDR speech The Four Freedoms. It is very powerful and there have been many other artist who have made great art on this subject. I wanted to document my process from the very early stages to completion starting with this brain storming sketch page.