Here’s a great example of the burnt mottle patina on a large square vase that will soon be on its way to the Store at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.
We just visited the Metal Show at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts, and I must say that the show is very good. It ends this Sunday – June the 22nd – but it’s well worth a look if you’re anywhere near Healdsburg any time from now until then. The Center is just off the main plaza and is open 11-5.
Reed and I were honored to be invited artists and they have displayed our work splendidly amongst a lot of other quite good metal art.
We’ll be at the Grand Lake farmers market again tomorrow. Come on by!
We’ll be showing our jewelry and vases and clocks at the Oakland Farmers Market this Saturday the 12th of April.
These are a couple of examples of our patinaed brass desk clocks.
We don’t know yet what we’re going to do with these things, though one intriguing idea is to use them in lighting fixtures. We have a bunch of exploration ahead of us.
great day for a farmers market on Saturday – we’ll be back again on Saturday the first of June.
We had a great time at the show at American Steel this past weekend.
Here’s the second wallpiece we’ve built this year at our temporary studio space at American Steel Studios.
It’s almost entirely built from old pieces that were intended for other wallpieces, but somehow didn’t fit and have been saved in the studio. Next we’re working on another piece built from old pieces – stay tuned…