Tag Archives: art
Notebook created in preparation of the Fab Academy classes. The image is a vinyl rendering, used with permission, of a piece created by William Schaff. This piece, like so much of his work, speaks the gentle susurration of Hope and … Continue reading
All links lead to Amazon out of convenience. Please consider using used or independent sellers — http://www.abebooks.com http://www.bigwords.com – – – – – Making Things Move, by Dustyn Roberts 507 Mechanical Movements: Mechanisms and Devices, by Henry T. Brown Automata … Continue reading
I’ve been a rapt fan of Brian Dettmer’s work for some time, so I was excited to run across a short piece on his studio and process. Enjoy.
I am quite pleased to announce that I will a member of MIT’s 2012 Fab Academy. From the website: The Fab Academy is a Digital Fabrication Program directed by Neil Gershenfeld of MIT’s Center For Bits and Atoms and based … Continue reading
I promised the misdirections and inevitable problems. Hanging the medallions was a somewhat trying case-in-point. I was happy with the initial set hung….. … but as I continued, the piece began to feel more and more sterile. So I took … Continue reading
For those of you near me, you know that I have had scant resources or energy this past decade to engage in creative endeavors. And now that I do, I find my need to create engulfs me like my need … Continue reading