It has been nearly a year and a half since I made my last "Laser Cutting Entry". I thought I'd take a moment to describe what myself and my wife are doing amid our coronavirus19 lockdown/social distancing. The local hospitals are asking for "outer" masks to be manufactured. While these are not surgical quality, apparently an outer mask like this worn over an N95 will enhance the life of the N95.
Here's my wife's sewing setup with a few nearly completed masks aw...
I've been trying to write this post for a couple of months now, so I better hurry. This is a rare treat for this region. Robert Williams - The Father of Exponential Imagination is at the Bellevue Art Museum only through March 8th.
Without giving an in depth account of his work, this exhibition is more or less a retrospective of his work, although a number of major pieces are missing. I really first became aware of work when I saw the Custom Culture exhibition...
Fair and Square (Rebound) is included in the exhibition
A little late coming, but I found a write up in the Corvallis Gazette Times covering the Marine Food Webs: Drifters and Swimmers at the Giustina Gallery at Oregon State University. the link can be found here.
I just dropped off two pieces at the Giustina Gallery in the LaSells Center at Oregon State University in Corvallis. The exhibition opens February 3rs and runs until March 12th. Unfortunately I cannot make the opening slated for February 6th from 5:00 to 7:30 PM.
I've been experimenting with a number of one-piece wooden "body-frames" for smaller format works such as Shwah-Kuk. This is acrylic on wood (poplar) and is around 5" x 7". This will be included in the Contemporary Realism show at Lynn Hanson Gallery in February.
A little bit different direction here for a few pieces in the upcoming show Contemporary Realism at LynnHanson Gallery in February. Acrylic on wood Taax (with accents) is simply the Tlinglet word for slug. Approximately 1 1/2" x 8" x 10".