Nikki and I had an art opening of the postcards we created recently. Here are installation views:
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Sunday, November 2, 2014
I spent the day with my friend Nikki visiting many different artists and their work. I'm especially impressed with my artist friend, Liz Hickok's new work that uses crystallization.
|Kevin Peter Mosley|
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014
I started my day enjoying high tea with my artist friend Nikki. Then we walked around the corner to visit the Greek Orthodox church that I've been wanting to visit for many years. Not only is the church gorgeously decorated with many icons, but also contained a body relic of St. John. His hands were amazingly beautiful and withered. I did not take any pics out of respect for one of the patrons who asked that I not take any of him.
|Tal-y Tara Tea|
|Holy Virgin Cathedral - Joy of all Who Sorrow|
Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia
|Relic located within a icon|
|Large collection of relics|
|My favorite icon|
|Another amazing icon|
|Drinks before the art opening|
|Mary Button Durell|
|Mary Button Durell|
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
I visited my art studio and slowly began working on a new sculptural piece. I worked on the wire frame for awhile and later drew some more sketches.
9/30/14Worked on the wire armature again. I still need to add a "neck", but getting close to being done on this part. I'm still vacillating on whether to use ointment-covered gauze inside the bags or have them be empty with just my breath.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014
Today I visited YBCA to take pictures of my transformed installation and to enjoy a few more new sculptural pieces. The most interesting was this strange box that I think was for some kind of chemical experiment, but instead reminded me of a place to keep a sex slave. Notice the strange wooden spindle. The best thing about it was that moths had somehow gotten into the museum and were attracted to the wool lining. An amazing accident that made the piece so much more interesting.