Montreal artist Karine Giboulo makes fascinating miniature dioramas in clay. Currently at the Gardiner Museum, she has created a fantastically creative reimagining of her home. From the museum website: Housewarming is Giboulo’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic that began in 2020, and the waves of… Read More
I spent yesterday wandering through Storm King, a 500 acre sculpture park in the Hudson Valley, boasting one of the best collections of outdoor scuptures anywhere. It includes a spectacular collection of Mark Di Suvero’s massive steel constructions (one of them is pictured here), and… Read More
This garden feature began as a toy crane and an oxen yolk. Later we added the toy boat, and this morning I did some mosaic work on it. I suppose some people might call this a sculpture, but since I don’t make sculpture, I’m calling… Read More
I was over at The Presurfer this morning and learned about the Weapon of Mass Instruction. Yes friends, the book box has been one-upped. I’m impressed that somebody has found a use for a 1979 Ford Falcon. Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff worked with 7UP to… Read More
Our Burgess Dulaney cement-head enjoys the snow….
Regular readers of this blog know about the Imagination Stations. These are lean-to or shelter-type structures – two of them – out in the back yard. I built them from materials from the garden and since I made them (I build the first one two… Read More
Several days ago, I posted some pictures of a small group of constructions I’ve been working on. These things have been gnawing at my ever so tiny brain and I can’t keep my hands off them. Finally, I tore one of them apart and added… Read More
I’ve been messing about with some little constructions. I’ve been thinking of them as doodles or sketches in a way, breaking down old patterns and ways of looking at things more than anything else. I don’t know where they’ll take me, if they take me… Read More