jim hodges Rocks Sculptures
Sculptor Jim Hodges (1957) created a compelling installation at Barbara Gladstone’s 21st St. location in NY, grouping 4 large scale boulders around a central void. Hodges replaced part of the original surface of the rock with vibrantly colored stainless steel casts offs. Part of an new body of work that extends to
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got this deer head kit from cardboard safari and covered it with vintage brooklyn street maps (had some left over from this little project) as part of a kitchen revamp initiative. meg named him grover.
Art Galleries Santa Fe - Canyon - Matthews Gallery - Jac Kephart - Jac Kephart- Tapestry II- Matthews Gallery
Matthews Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico offers original paintings, works on paper and sculptures by modern and contemporary artists.
Arwick 2 detail of commision piece - Textile
I am an artist with a passion for texture, surface and space, creating unique printed and stitched abstract pieces. My surrounding environment has always influenced me the most; I’m drawn to the insignificant and overlooked. I take photographs all the time, especially when travelling. As in the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi, I treasure the imperfections found in the natural changes that occur in such things as weathered wood, crumbling plaster and peeling paint. My aim is to create fragment…
Final Frame: Recycled Computer Parts World Map
British artist Susan Stockwell took a hodge podge of discarded PC parts in 2010 and has been adding them all together into one large world map. Check out the full project over at Book of Joe.
I found this a while back: (here) And you know how I love to use my map book. (It is looking in a pretty bad state now! And I promise there aren't many pages left!) I've also seen a few projects about where people have turned tiles into coasters. (Here's a link I saved.) So I thought I try to have a go myself. After cleaning and drying the tiles I cut map pages to the same size as the tile and Mod Podged it on. (You'll probably notice mine are a little larger than the tile. I wasn't very…