Doreen Garner Sculpts Our Trauma | Art21 “New York Close Up”

[“New York Close Up”] I try to create a traumatic experience. I want the audience to walk away feeling like they can’t unsee what they just saw. Something that is burned in and lasts, and you can never get rid of it. [“Red Hook, Brooklyn”] [“Doreen Garner Sculpts Our Trauma”] I use the body in my work mostly because of the trauma that I have, [Doreen Garner, Artist] watching how one small thing can make the entire body fail. I’m

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Human Head Sculpture : Adding Hair to a Human Head Sculpture

Yeah that looks cool. I love it. That’s what I’m going to do. We’re going to stick the hair in there because later we are going to trim the hair and the good thing is to paint it in orange or green. And then, lets see how spikey you want that. O.K. and then. Very handsome, cool man. I’m going to just texture the hair and texture the face and it will be ready for painting.

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Foamhenge: 3D Modeling and Conservation of a Monumental Sculpture

Swett: I want to suggest further that it’s the use of digital documentation in this quick case in the conservation of a monumental sculpture as part of GSA’s national fine arts collection that this is just one aspect of a broad revolution in terms of taking data, which normally was interpreted by those who had the expertise to interpret the 3D from the 2D and make it available for all parties. A little bit about GSA, the public building service

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James Allen Turns Books Into Sculptures

– University of Oregon from 1948. Books with interesting illustrations are always fun, like that one. I find old books, sometimes new books, and I alter them. I leave all the pages bound, but I cut through the pages to reveal the content, so I just make sculptures out of books. With this photograph I think that border would actually be easier to incorporate than the face. Ugh, I have so many books in line. I wish I could cut

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Columbia Open Studios ’19 Preview – Art, Woodworking, Sculpture

Welcome to Cammie’s Garage. It is April 5th, the day before Columbia Open Studios starts. I got the shop all clean and set up for Columbia Open Studios. It is an event that happens every year. It is put on by a local gallery. There are almost 70 artists participating in town this year. Long-time viewers of the channel will know that I participated last year. I felt like it was pretty successful. I am pretty excited about it this

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Sculpture Forum (Pilot) Manuel Neri October 22 2018

Garth Evans – sculptor I think he’s proporting to celebrate the female form. There’s a great deal of it that I really appreciate and enjoy… specifically, limited to, his work in plaster. David Cohen – editor, Artcritical One craves for there to be a sculptor within a group of painters that one likes. My interest is precisely in how sometimes the space between something kind of universal or archetypal or archaic intersects with a very contemporary figuration and body language

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