.,One of my works was selected for the Arts Council of Rockland Virtual Show. It is a piece I worked on during the Merzbau Workshop earlier this year. See the show here, and the participants here.
Form Finding for the 21rst century
William Paterson University workshop and residency
June 3, 2021- June 17, 2021
Imagine being in a group of like-minded creatives working in proximity to create sculpture carved by robot but finished by your hand? We seek to bring together artists, sculptors, designers, architects, and curators to explore robot carving in wood. Working around other artists can inspire and motivate as you discover ideas in a speculative, constructive context. It’s an opportunity to evolve new ideas as well as work with new technologies. That's the spirit and tone that Sculpture X: Form Finding for the 21st Century seeks to provide.
William Paterson University Center for New Art is now offering a 2 week workshop from June 3, 2021- June 17, 2021 for carving a sculpture (from a wooden block) by robot and then further designing it by hand.
FOR DETAILS ABOUT COST AND APPLICATION:
Michael Rees email@example.com
Application Deadline March 8
Found a paper about Fibonacci Spirals using Sacred Growth, Fruiting Column as a reference. Here
Fertile Ground Exhibition in honor of Elaine Lorenz Retirement opens Jan 27 at The Court Gallery, William Paterson University
Price Sculpture Forest was featured on King 5 Seattle news. Here is the Video with some footage of The Foundation of Animalia and Fungi.
I am happy to be included in the show Fertile Ground honoring the career of my Colleague, Friend, and former Professor Elaine Lorenz.
Deanna Evans Projects has chosen one of my prints from the collaborative Merzbau Revisited Workshop for their flat files.
Here is my info page on the Price Sculpture Forest website. I can't wait for the opportunity to get out to Washington and see the park myself.
The Foundation of Animalia and Fungi in another feature about the Price Sculpture Forest.