I was asked to participate in Attleboro’s Expo for the Senses as a chalk artist. Each artist had to create something from an art masterpiece. Not wanting to just do a masterpiece, I decided to make an anamorphic masterpiece using a cylinder mirror. Everything had to fit into a 6 x 6 foot area. I picked Grant Wood’s “American Gothic” because the book “Grant Wood – A Life” by Tripp Evans is the next Art Lovers Book Club read at the Attleboro Arts Museum. Not knowing just how big I needed to make the cylinder mirror I made a scale … Continue reading First-time chalk drawing
I got the official word in the mail from the Attleboro Arts Museum. The Museum’s and my Facebook buddies, my emailing and a handful of dropped-off donations combined to add $1,165 to the Annual Fund. Continue reading $1,165 raised!
Ponytail comes off Wednesday night at the Attleboro Arts Museum. The cutting will be after the awards and artists recognitions at the Seeing Double exhibit opening (begins at 7, cutting around 8:30). Continue reading Ponytail gets cut Wednesday
I am extending my I’ll-Cut-My-Hair-for-Donations one more week. So far $1,000 has been donated! The Attleboro Arts Museum needs the donations more than I need my hair. If you make at least a $10 donation to the Annual Fund I will cut my ponytail, get a crewcut or even shave my head. Every $250 = 1 inch trimmed. So far 4 inches, that’s half of my ponytail, is going to get cut. So $2,000 takes it off. $4,000 collected I’ll get a crewcut and $5,000 is a complete shave. Together we can maintain the opportunities the Attleboro Arts Museum offers … Continue reading One more week!