Monthly Archives: August 2010

Does Size Matter?

I’ve been thinking about this for awhile.  Building smaller forms can be as difficult, sometimes more difficult than building something larger.  The scale of an object implies a relativity; to the room, surrounding objects, or the viewer. Is bigger always … Continue reading

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Back to Blogging

March?  Can’t believe that is last time I blogged.  I know that is no way to develop a loyal following. Much has happened since then.  I’ll start by posting photo’s of two pieces that were in an exhibit at the … Continue reading

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