Woodworking experiments. Follow-up. This is by far the ‘prettiest’ of the three, but I’m not quite sure it’s what I’m aiming for. I’ve sanded it down as well as just cutting it, making it smooth as a baby’s butt. It’s very attractive for people to touch it, which I like- I feel that my art should be experienced in more ways than just seeing it.
Woodworking experiments. Follow-up. Still trying to figure out the best way to show the layering of the wood.
Woodworking experiments. I have a fascination with the properties of wood, specifically the layering of this particular type of wood.
The booklet of compositions and how I presented it. I wanted people to feel comfortable touching it and leafing through it so I deliberately did not put it on a pedestal (figuratively and literally). I decorated the room I had to resemble my personal workspace (it’s just a bit neater than how it would look if I had actually been working there).
#58-60 (for those wondering, the text reads ‘peanut in your cleavage’- don’t ask.)