Reception for Garden Works Sculpture Exhibit will be Thursday, August 31st at 5:30 pm at the Oglebay resort in Wheeling WV. This event is free and open to the public and includes public tours of the installations… come on out and see the work.
Oglebay GardenWorks Sculpture Exhibit – Reception Invitation
International Sculpture Day
In honor of ISD, here are a few digital designs of new work coming this summer. It should be roughly 12’H x 6’W x 8’D, hopefully coming to a large concrete pad near you! (or near somewhere NOT my yard)
I’ve been fortunate enough to be asked to be a visiting artist next week at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville GA, where we will be completing their first aluminum furnace! Fellow WVU graduate student and alum Matt Forrest is now faculty at GCSU, and I look forward to meeting the rest of the faculty and students and sharing what we’ve been up to at Fairmont State University.
I’m also excited to be traveling to Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham for the National Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art & Practices. Lots going on at this event, giving a demo on pattern making, helping Professor Kurt Dyrhaug and his students on their furnace, a piece in the Professional Exhibition, and giving a presentation on the 2018 International Cast Iron in Art Conference in Scranton PA. Busy Busy!
Leveler and Support were recently included in a group exhibition at the Art+Lit Lab collaborative space in Madison Wisconsin. A really cool idea, wish I could have made the opening reception. Thanks again to their team for the opportunity-
A big thanks to Judy Barie and her staff for assisting me in installing work in the Melvin Johnson Sculpture Garden, at the Chautauqua Institution. RDML and Towitzer will be included in their exhibition, and will be up all summer along with multiple shows in their indoor galleries.
I’m excited and honored to have a new piece installed on the Mon River Trail in Morgantown WV for the next year. There are a number of new pieces from regional artists that are currently going in, and it’s nice to see the city investing in local work. Stop by while jogging on the rail trail, see whats been installed.