Aleppo soap (savon d'alep) which takes its name from the syrian city of aleppo where it is hand manufactured. bc.
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“off balance” #3 19”x18”x9” i left one of the pieces unattached. these are turning out to be a study, as i’m trying to figure out how they will translate into bigger pieces, now. this one is for sale. $300.00
New one in the “off balance” series. #4. 18”x17”x8”. i feel like this series of sculpture is probably some of the better stuff i’ve done. and anyone that knows me knows i don’t like tootin my own horn. i only hope i can start getting rid of some of them before they fill up my house and i stop. that seems to be what happens. i’ve stopped making bells and i’ve stopped painting. these two pieces are $300 each. the painting was awarded 2nd place in this years palm springs juried art fair. (as if that means anything) i have a s**t ton of art around my place right now that needs to go away and prices are very negotiable as i’m trying to head to seattle for awhile at the end of the month. yes, i am shamelessly pushing my art on people right now.
As a metal sculptor i am interested in creating pieces that invite my audience to engage in them to the same extent that i do. to provoke participants to enter new and unfamiliar territories in their exploration and allow them to physically connect with my art.
being self-taught, my work up to this point has been derived from making a conscious effort to thinking outside of the box. i take a “no rules” approach to everything i do, whether it be sculpture, a bell, gate or custom piece of furniture. generally the materials, tools and techniques i use are very calculated, however, i am often looking for avenues of the unexpected. knowing that another “happy accident” might arise motivates me to keep turning corners. this medium in which i have immersed myself presents endless possibilities. i feel like i am still just scratching the surface.
at this point in my career, my art is first and foremost for me and my sanity. after that i would like to think it appeals to those spry and exhuberant individuals with that child inside of them that has just discovered the monkey bars. i promise to never put a “do not touch” sign next to any of my art.
“off balance” #1 16”x13”x10”
in my life i tend to make things more dificult than they need to be. i’m tryin to figure out how to go the other direction through my art. find some balance. simplify. less is always more.