Screen-cap - Screen-cap of an actual pixels view (seems like there should be a better, quicker name for that) of a page as I was scanning it. I thought it was interesting...
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
This Black Friday I'll have some artwork on display in Charleston, so if you're in the area please come check it out!
First, you can come see the guy pictured above at the Clay Center museum as part of their Traditions art show and Holly Day event. It's a layered wood sculpture that I based one of my previous drawings of the Grinch (my favorite Christmas cartoon.) It was a nice change of pace from illustrating to cut something out of wood, and I'm really happy with how it turned out. Hopefully I can grab some slightly more professional photos of it at the museum.
The Clay Center gallery will be open from noon to 4 pm on Friday, and the show runs until December 30.
Also, I will have a dozen prints on display and for sale at The Purple Moon, debuting as part of Friday's Artwalk. The response to the first showing of my work at the retro-themed store was amazing; all of the pieces sold and people have been asking when they would see more. I have to thank the folks at the Purple Moon and everybody who either dropped by or bought a piece for all the support!
The ArtWalk will be from 5pm to 8pm on Friday and of course will have lots of great work from local artists.
Posted by Glen at 4:58 PM