Tuesday, October 27, 2020

In remembering Christo, we remember what art once was

In 1995, after the fall of the Wall, Berlin had started to be rebuilt, but was still in a...

Making the "Woody"

Just thought I would add this Process video to the blog. I share process images and snips of video regularly, but I rarely get...

Art in the time of Quarantene: “Jaqueline” the clay model of...

My new sculpture born during the time in quarantine: “Jaqueline” was inspired by a friend from Cape Verde so I have given my...

redefining and celebrating Indigenous Australian women in art

* Warning: This article contains graphic language that may upset some readers, while Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers...

South Africa’s towering healer, prophet and artist Credo Mutwa

Mkhulu VusamaZulu Credo Mutwa’s name foretold the role that this towering South African healer, prophet and artist was to...

My Sculpture Blog: The “Woody” Worry-Stone

Introducing my "Woody" Worry-Stones. As work on The DoT edition winds down, I had been gearing up to start some larger projects. But a...

My Sculpture Blog: Sharps #2

Welcome to the second installment in what I am calling the “Sharps” series. Like the name implies, this work (titled Sharps #2) has...

‘outsider art’ at MONA’s The Museum of Everything

Who is an artist and when does a fabricated object become art? The 200 individuals represented in The Museum...

Artists and architects think differently to everyone else – you only...

How often have you thought that somebody talks just like an accountant, or a lawyer, or a teacher? In...

Clay Stories is a triumphant display of contemporary Indigenous ceramics

The exuberant exhibition Clay Stories: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia is part of the 2017 Tarnanthi Festival of...
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