I have returned from the CENTS show today and am ready to get back to the swing of things, including a project or two. More on the show and my […]
I’ll be leaving for the CENTS show on Sunday morning, I need to be there by 11:30am. My stone workshop is SOLD OUT! A full class of 25 eager stone-niks. […]
A client asked me to render a redesigned boardwalk area. These are the steps I went through to make that happen. The above is a simple pen drawingdone fairly quickly, […]
Politics aside, professions aside . . . as I sit looking at the TV awaiting the swearing-in ceremony I am amazed by the size of the crowd on the mall-wow! […]
The big snow we are getting today called me to action, grabbing the camera kind of action. Julie likes to refer to the pot on the left as the flying […]
I was absolutely riveted by this perspective for a memorial park for earthquake victims in China’s Northern city of Tangshan the park will be called Tangshan Earthquake Memorial Park. I […]
Now this is a wall, this is a thing of beauty, this is real, real stone . . . not some concrete product from a mold. Briar Hill How could […]
To carry the theme of the previous post. I would say Luc Viatour takes a better picture(bet he’s got a better camera). I know this, I love the scene of […]
This photo is by Luc Viatour is too good not to share. L’été à Hamois Powered by ScribeFire.
The work of Guy Sargent. The title of the work is What Lies Beneath: Large Format and Architectural Work. From the site: An ongoing long-term project begun in 2006. The […]
Tonight I sat and watched with my lovely wife a test of wills between my beloved The Ohio State University and the Longhorns from Texas, and it was a beautiful […]
Everyone needs to check out this artist installation art. Especially his “living sculpture“. Powered by ScribeFire.