Last night was the Modern Makers Art Exhibition in Clifton, Ohio. Many of our local University of Cincinnati artists were represented, along with some of our professors. Along with many local fine artists, the Weavers Guild of Greater Cincinnati was present. During the show I was able to attempt the original way of weaving on an antique loom. I learned the basic back and forth technique of weaving, and was also informed about the classes being offered by the Weavers Guild! If you are also interested in learning to weave, here is their website to learn more:
Bees are amazing architects. Check out this beautiful honeycomb! Perfectly symmetrical, and completely stable. This geometric style appears often in my drawings, so this is much inspiration to me. Happy hunting for your inspirations!
To update all who are reading on my current work, I have successfully completed my first foundry bronze pour!
This body of work is derived from a series of 2D abstract portrait drawings created last year, and with the proper patina, will convey the colors associated with the emotions brought on by that particular person.
“My Father”. (Bronze). 2013.