Thursday, August 5, 2010

BRADBURY (Clarisse)




















I haven't posted these and they are about four years old. They are from the Bradbury Presentation. This show boasted over 2000 guest in less than 2 days! It was probably the hardest things I have ever done. Barely any sleep, a bunch of manual labor (building walls, hanging new panels, working scissor lifts, etc.). The place was filthy. We even had to drop a bug bomb in there to kill all the fleas and roaches. These are images of my work. The other artist included were JR Smith, Anthony Caropino-Corbet, and Omar Ruiz. We were guided by E. Michell Mitchell. My model was Robin Wilson. At the time, these drawings were an accomplishment for me, both in color and confidence. Also, it marked a change in my concentration.

4 comments:

Robin said...

Mine!

Chris Wood said...

yeah... these really are amazing...
i had been looking at a couple of these last night-and now you post more of em today...
my point is they're slicker than snot and as much as you may claim to have slaved away over them- they don't seem to hold any frustration in them... they're clean and excited and they fully show the growth that you were under in that time. an expansion without fear-

mira ongchua said...
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Jonny Gomez said...

Of course not Mira! I'll be following yours!