I have been so ready for a change in the weather. These are an assortment of shots as the season leaps upon us. I would also like to apologize to mouse for taking the most unflattering photo I’ve done of anyone for a while, but it was too creepy not to keep.
I really enjoyed this workshop. Due to time constraints we didn’t get much farther than beginning to flesh out the armatures. Once I have some free time I plan on finishing mine. For the meantime it goes into the Project Heap.
Before I talk about art I have certain core philosophical beliefs that have a strong influence on how I view things. This is one that I feel is important in this instance. I am a firm supporter of narrative rationality. This is based on the work of Walter Fisher. It really revolves around a few … More Art and Essence
I tried to catch a sense of the work but as Mark so aptly pointed out this really is no substitute for seeing them in person.
Stephen Hayes’ Cash Crop Photography by Chris Austin Guilford College Hege Library exhibit consisting fifteen life-size concrete, wood, and iron shackled sculptures. Each of the statues represents one of the fifteen million people shipped to America from Africa. I tried to capture some of the mood of the piece but as is often the case, the photos … More Stephen Hayes: Cash Crop