“Scrape Grind Shape” over at Robert Cole Studios features casts by Robert Cole, direct metal sculpture and wall pieces by Scot McKenzie, and oil and acrylic works by Bill Jonas. It’s open now by appointment through July 27. More info at studiocole.com. I learned that this is the first showing of Robert Cole’s work since […]
“This what makes time travel possible!” That’s the flux capacitor, of course, and it’s pretty cool. The flux I’m talking about can’t bend the space-time continuum, but it is pretty cool, too. It’s what makes brazing possible.
My sculptures never end up the way I envision them at first. No matter how much I plan or imagine them before getting started, I end up heading in a different direction after only a few sessions in the studio. It’s probably like that for most people, though I do think enviously of those painters […]
Back in the summer when the Washington humidity was through the roof, practically everything in my studio was turning to rust. It’s one of the main hazards of working with steel. Two of my earliest sculptures are pretty much out of commission now because they’ve rusted. It’s true that most of my sculptures have rusted elements […]