My Oberon and Sunflower of Symmetry pieces will be at the Vernal show tonight at the Volunteer Park Conservatory 7-10pm. Come out and see some great art take in the live music. See you there!
My new art piece Oberon will be in Seattle’s Ghost Gallery, opening Thursday March 9th. On opening night there will be an artist reception from 5-9pm and I’ll be there. So if you’re in Seattle, stop by the gallery and say hi, then enjoy the rest of the Capitol Hill Art Walk, which features many gallery openings. See you there!
I’m proud to be part of the Luminous Garden installation at the Vermillion gallery in Capitol Hill. The show opens Thursday December 8, with the opening party from 5-8pm. Come have a glass of wine and meet the artists. The show will run for two months.
I will have the newly rebuilt Sunflower of Symmetry in the show, now with polished aluminum petals and stainless steel leaves, animating in its mesmerizing way.
Hope to see you there!
My esteemed Burning Man colleague Steve LaBerge and I will be speaking at a meeting of University of Puget Sound’s ArtSci group on Tuesday November 29, 2016 from 6pm-8pm. I’ll be wearing my Polaris piece (seen here on my faithful mannequin Bob), and there will be several other wearables there too.
There’s a one-night curated art show called Lusio Light in Seattle’s Volunteer Park on Saturday July 30, from dusk until 10pm. I will have a new, small sculptural piece in that show called the Sunflower of Symmetry, and I will be wearing the trenchcoat as well.
The show’s free and kid- (and dog-) friendly so come on out and see some great light-oriented art. See you there!
The Anthrolume trenchcoat is all packed up and on its way to Burning Man 2015. This year I did a ton of work on the software and added nearly 150 new animations, so I will have 350 unique animations coursing over my body during the week.
Before packing up the trench I made a quick video featuring 20 animations, most of them new. I’m looking forward to blasting these and many more onto the playa in less than a week’s time.
EDIT: Some people have asked about the music in this video. That’s a song I wrote called Why We’re Here – the voice is that of Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1965 and is one of my personal heroes.