I've just stumbled upon the work of an amazing
contemporary glass artist....
It was like stumbling upon a magnificent collection of well preserved
I think seeing this exhibition
(being held at the *Hallycon Gallery)
would be like taking a trip with Jules Verne.
You can read more about Dale HERE
* All images are sourced from the gallery website
I often refrain from reading all about an artist though. You?
Sometimes I feel like the whole reason we create art is to show
who we really are.
The work itself says more than any
interview or biography could.
In a way I feel like I'll ruin my ideas if I see the face
(or know the history) of the talent behind the medium.
Or are we different when we create - are we more than just
people who have budgies and drive hybrids and dine on pizza?
Are we our art?
Is art too fluid to allow any labels to stick?
Man I could ramble on about this for YEARS
(I actually class Philosophers as artists)
So what are your plans for the weekend peoples?
Mine is looking quite promising I have to say....
Chook house designing
(it's a much neglected field of architecture)
and dabbling just a wee bit in ...
Hope yours looks like this ....
... and feels like this ...