Saturday, February 21, 2009
I just delivered a new sculpture to CADC (Cannery Art and Design Center) for inclusion in their Dali-inspired exhibit, opening 2/28/09. The show is one of a few put on by Dayton galleries to pay homage to the work of Salvador Dali; some of his original works are here in town now!
My piece, shown here, is called "Daliphone." It is a nod to Dali's Surreal object titled "Lobster Telephone," made in 1936. Fun stuff!
Sunday, February 1, 2009
I'm now officially an artist-in-residence at the Cannery Art & Design Center (CADC), at 434 E. Third Street in downtown Dayton. There you will find some of my artwork (and sometimes me) along with the work of several other local and regional artists working in many types of media. There's lots going on down there these days, including - but not only - the fun First Fridays (open 5-10 pm every first Friday of every month). Another fun upcoming event is February 13th, 5-11 pm -- CADC's Three-Year Anniversary Celebration with art, refreshments, and the Dayton Improvisers Orchestra. Come on down! And be sure to check out CADC's great, newly designed web site, which I've listed in my Links I Like zone.