Friday, May 27, 2011

Lollipop Circus

The work of Alexander Calder

Well, I finally found my way into a show Downtown. I don't know why it feels like such a BIG DEAL to me, but I'm excited! This is a group exhibition of work inspired by the Mid Century Master Alexander Calder. I enjoyed studying his art and eagerly took on the challenge of creating my own homage to him. I referred to the above images as a jumping off point and tried to come up with something that borrowed a few of his design elements while still trying to allow my own 'Style' to show through. Although I don't feel like I have found my artistic voice yet, I do know that I like the look and feel of painting on wood and I'm hell-bent on incorporating found objects. I'm still on this music kick as you can see by the guitar picks and tuning key and for this one, I even cut up a record . . . that was fun!

 I've named this clown 'Xeno' from the Greek Xenos meaning Stranger.
You can check him out at the opening on 6/2 -my First 'First Thursday'!

The show will be up all month at The Original Dinerant

Hope to see you there!

For more details on the show, go to:


Sunday, May 1, 2011

Still a Flower Child


BoneWerx takes many forms. 

In case you're wondering where I've been, I've spent the last few months organizing a Plant Sale at my son's Elementary School. For a peek at the 2nd Annual Lewis Garden Fair, check out these pics on Flickr

"My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece." - Claude Monet