My strangely consistent top 9, many thanks to everyone for your support in 2017! @weaartdk @casscontemporary @armatureworks_tampa @nashvillewallsproject @goldmanglobalarts @haveonemore @thatartgallery to name a few.
Last stretch of fine tuning on this interior wall for @armatureworks_tampa with @casscontemporary
New project in the works at @armatureworks_tampa with @casscontemporary
It’s that time of the year again so here’s a quick recap of 2017. Many thanks and much gratitude for all the support and hard work from friends and collaborators who helped make these projects possible: @brilliantchampions @jillianmackintosh @milli0ns @coreyhelfordgallery @muralsinthemarket @therealavince @phillustrator @nashvillewallsproject @rivivenash @haveonemore @thatartgallery @weaartdk @armatureworks_tampa @casscontemporary
Looking forward to tackling a whole new mess of challenges in 2018!
Installed one last little piece in Bristol before skipping town, this mini mosaic found a permanent home in an odd little framed out niche on the side of a Tudor era building at the foot of Christmas steps.
Swipe ⬅️ for install views...
Final photos of the mosaic in Aalborg, Denmark after grouting. Many thanks again the the great guys at @weaartdk for making such a productive trip possible.
Details and context for the window installation that is part of my current solo exhibition at @thatartgallery in Bristol. For catalog requests and inquiries contact info@thatartgallery or use the link in their bio!
Some shots from yesterday's installation of the new mosaic placed into a bricked over window of an old house on a tiny backstreet of Aalborg, Denmark. The image references the city's coat of arms perched atop a classically inspired depiction of man seen below the water's surface and relates to one fascinating revelation I had while in Denmark about the huge volume of layered history that is always right beneath your feet, everywhere you walk. I was able to see some of these literal visible stratified layers in an underground museum on the site of an old monastery spanning over 1000 years of local history. Special thanks to my good friends Mads and Lars at @weaartdk for hosting me once again and helping to facilitate this laborious project!