Just a final update for those who have been asking regarding the piece I made for the World Bicycle Relief foundation. I’m happy to announce that the piece “Aviary” sold for $2,500 at the SRAM Part Project auction not only raising much needed money for the World Bicycle Relief, but also finding a permanent home as well.
I was so honored to be a part of this project and the folks over at the Sram Part Project were just amazing to work with. A special thanks to Angela Pettit for her excellent communication and organization throughout the project as well. It was an amazing experience.
December 7, 2012 | | Views (658)
Just a small update that all the final pieces for the SRAM Part Project which I participated in have been posted on the SRAM site. The image below will take you there.
They included a nice detail of the lit filmstrip portion of my piece and quite frankly I’m curious how they did that since the four buttons are press and release. Exquisite job on their part! Take a peek here if so inclined.
Again, the benefit auction for all art pieces will be taking place at the Cedar Lake Theater in New York City on November 29th, 2012 in case you or someone you know is interested and in the area and would like to participate. And good luck to all the artists involved in this cause.
October 27, 2012 | | Views (452)
As mentioned in my previous blog post, I was honored to be invited to participate in creating a piece for the SRAM Part Project benefitting World Bicycle Relief. I’ve posted some start to finish progress photos of the piece I donated. Pictures of all the pieces from the other artists who participated will be posted on the SRAM site at the end of October. It was a blast to work on this piece and opened up new ideas and directions for other pieces that I’ve begun working on.
The benefit auction for all art pieces will be taking place at the Cedar Lake Theater in New York City on November 29th, 2012 in case you or someone you know is interested and in the area. Sounds like a fun night indeed filled with food, entertainment and art and all for a brilliant cause.
Some insight into the production of this piece:
This is how all the parts arrived.The goal was to use 25 parts or more.
I decided to arrange them all OCD-like first so I could see what I was dealing with.
October 22, 2012 | | Views (439)