sculpture Archive

The Hip Bone’s Connected to the Artistic Bone: John Murray Gets to the Marrow of Figurative Work

John Murray’s “Artistic Anatomical Drawing” class could be bone dry. But instead of lectures akin to medical school discourse, Murray incorporates figurative work and his breadth of knowledge of the human body to make figurative work really move. Read more →

Composition in Corrosion: Brian Kirk’s “Natural Reaction”

Artist Brian Kirk welcomes the beauty and complexity of oxidation as an art in and of itself. Read more →

Functional Craft: The Art of Bending Wood with Bill Peirce

The Art League asked William (Bill) Peirce, winner of Best in Show 3/D Sculpture in our July Open Exhibit,  some questions about his award winning sculpture, how he creates his work, and woodworking. Read more →

Exhibit Preview: “Drone Zone,” Coming March 7

What's artist Beverly Ryan doing with that plasma cutter? And what, exactly, is this inflatable creation? Read more →

Noah Williams on His Found-Object Masks

"I worked as a garbage man for awhile. … One windy day, the swirl of debris gave me a vision of what could be created with the simplicity of found objects." Read more →

Gods, Heroes & Fools Transplanted in Time

Bacchus stranded in a dry county. Oedipus working on Wall Street. Achilles wielding a rifle. Read more →