the prism house

topographic suspension

The rods are all bent and welded thanks to the marvelous and wonderful Will Gill. They are forming an elegant topographical map on the studio floor:

studio topography - blog

It will be Tuesday before we’re able to fully secure the frame together, so this weekend is full of maquette-making and test suspensions.

 

This past couple weeks has been an uphill battle against illness and today was no exception. I got to the studio very tired and a bit demoralized. But then the sun began to shine in through the tall windows and illuminate the space and totally dazzled me. I had a cup of coffee and remembered how exciting it is to be here and the rest of the day was a breeze.

For good measure: a Portrait of the Artist in Studio

portrait of the artist - blog

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One comment on “topographic suspension

  1. Meghan
    January 25, 2016

    You are so methodical.
    Nice portrait;)

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