Received confirmation that I will be a featured Artist for the TJ Martell Foundation's "Artworks for the Cure 2012" this year. I donated one of my earlier sculptures for the event & happy that my work will be shown with such great names as Yoko Ono & Mick Fleetwood who also had given their art for the benefit.
My art can be quite time consuming and involves many time upwards of thousands of individual pieces that have to be cut, dry fit and glued one piece at a time. While creating a recent sculpture for a client in California (Eco-Logic Brand) I decided to do something that was not obviously new to most people but new to me. I placed a digital camera on tripod and took progression photo's of my art being created from start to finish. When completed I had the assistance of my daughter who took…Continue
The folks at the Pecha-Kucha home (Tokyo) site were so kind in posting my presention on their web page. The folks in Cleveland who do all the arranging for our local events had no current funding or at present to record any of the presenters. I took the initiative in writing the originators of all to see if there was any interest in my video…Continue
Seems these days being an Artist can be a tough way to make a living. At fifty my mid-section's a little thick than when I was in my 20's but I can relate otherwise as probably many who read this to the terms often heard of "Starving Artist." I can honestly say that I would be lost not being able to create and work with my mind as well as hands as is so gratifying and keeps me at peace with…Continue