Working out the arms and hands. I hope to make the fingers articulated with this one.
My work at S.O.F.A. Chicago.
I’m very happy to say that a number of my works (including the attached image: “Doubtful”) will be featured by the John Natsoulas Gallery at this years International Exposition of Sculpture Objects and Functional Art in Chicago November 5-7. The event is held in the Festival Hall, Navy Pier, Chicago IL. If you are able to attend, look for booth number 221.
“Mad Science” exhibit opens Sat Oct. 30th at Sonoma County Museum.
I’m pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting several pieces, including “Nowhere Fast” (in the attached image) at the Sonoma County Museum next Saturday, Oct 30th. The exhibit is titled “Mad Science” and will also feature the works of Alan Rorie, Reuben Margolin, Mark Pauline (SRL), Ned Kahn, and Andrew Sofie.
There will be a not-to-be-missed performance by the legendary Survival Research Laboratories at 3:30 pm. This alone should be worth the trip.
The museum reception is technically a members only event, so if you’d like to come see the show on opening day you may need to announce yourself as “a friend of Nemo’s”.
The show runs October 31, 2010 – February 6, 2011. Museum hours are Tuesday – Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm.
425 7th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 579 1500
In this digital age I don’t find many opportunities to share print media with you all. Yesterday I got an issue of Popular Mechanics (Russian version) in the mail. The scanned pages are below. It looks like a pretty good spread, but I have no idea what any of it says.
SF20 featured on SF Gate: Here is a nice write-up of the SF20 show with photos from the event.