I’ve started photographing my portfolio onto my droid. This will be a long, drawn out process because i’m lazy. Charcoal+watercolor- inspired by Linda Parlato- Sep. 2010
Tomorrow (today), my CRB, or candidate record booklet, is due to the IB monster, with pictures of my projects either completed or, more in my case, uncompleted that I will finish by the time my show rolls around. So, here are some of my favorite pieces at various levels of completion.
Last Thursday, I did my first bronze casting. I finally cast the surreal wax sculpture I made back in the Fall. While I have worked in bronze once before in middle school, I did not attend the casting.
When the sculpture came out, first I had to knock it out of all its plaster. Then, I went in with the dremel to take off the vents and sprues, and to start taking off the air bubbles and such, and I have sandblasted it once. Now, I am using the burr on the dremel to smooth out the sculpture, and I will probably patina it when finished.
Lizahwd. Unfinished til I get my lazy ass to do something. It’s about 4 feet long, 3 feet high, wire covered in duct tape and spray painted… It is what it is I guess.
He flooded the land, when he set it afire
He said, “Fear me again, know I’m your father,
Remember that no one can breathe underwater.
|—||The Thermals- “Here’s Your Future”|
This is why I’m going crazy. When I’m not working, running, doing homework (well, I guess this is homework), or sleeping, I’m doing this.
”Signac, the closest friend, follower, and champion of Seurat, was close to the truth when he sadly concluded, “Our poor friend killed himself by overwork.”“
Finished my Land of This! I decided some muted color was what I wanted. And the name’s sticking.
On the other hand, the infinity symbol is (approximately) one-third of my project in progress, that will consist of a wire picture overlaying two back canvases.. more on that later.