In Plastic Art, Uncategorized on May 25, 2009 at 1:35 am
Patching holes left in Berlin following World War II with Lego? Why not? Jan Vormann started the “beautification” project and inspired many other passersby to join and follow suit. Vormann’s kinetic sculpture work is currently on exhibit at the Jarmuschek + Partners gallery until June 13, 2009.
In Plastic Art on April 20, 2009 at 3:37 pm
Yes, there is a Chief Engraver for the U.S. Mint and his name is John Mercanti. Mercanti is drawn to the classical, but somehow meshes that sensibility with the digital studio and tools. His charges’ first assignment: sculpt Michelangelo’s David in the virtual medium.
In Plastic Art on April 12, 2009 at 12:18 am
Bathsheba Grossman is a studied mathematician who also happens to love art. How does this pan out? In highly geometric sculpture rendered in metal or glass. He sells his work from his web site, Bathsheba Sculpture. Taken from his site:
I’m an artist exploring the region between art and mathematics, and this is my gallery and storefront. My work is about life in three dimensions: working with symmetry and balance, getting from a zero point to infinity, and always finding beauty in geometry.
Seems Mr. Grossman has a firm handle on both sides of his brain.