Saturday, October 12, 2013
I thought I'd share this nice little tidbit! So, it's official: Zoë Shulman Studio, LLC is now christened with this fantastic door plaque! Thank you to my friends Kayleigh and Tom for designing it for me!!
For more information, contact Tom Werner, owner and designer of Gedwik Productions, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you to everyone who came out to "Geometry in Nature" on Thursday!
It was a real treat to see all my buddies again!
For those of you who could not make it, I hope you will come see the show during its run through November 30, 2013. Please note that the gallery is open daily from 9 am – 8 pm through October 31 and 9 am – 5 pm beginning November 1. Please contact me if you need transportation and we can figure out a good day to carpool.
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Here is a list of all my pieces that will be for sale at the annual MCAD Art Sale! Most of these pieces are old studies from my early years of undergrad. Because I never participated in the Art Sale as a student, I'm working on getting rid of this backlog. I will be working on sprucing these guys up so that they're nice and ready to hang in your living room! They need a home!
Please refer to my inventory below for size and pricing details:
All to Herself
An Endless Sky of Honey
Girl with a Pearl Earring
Homage to Mr. Guston
Homage to Mr. Scully
Roly Poly Fish Heads
The Gimped Pot
Woman in Waiting
I am weightless in a web of invisible threads. I pluck one and watch tender reverberations create thin reflections that spider deep into the darkness. From this vantage point, I can only see a part of the structure's infinite complexity. There is neither here nor there, only a spatial median that divides deeper into relative parts. Like the trapeze artist, I hold my breath and attempt to climb atop one of these threads. I stand straight, trying to become objective within this innumerable prismatic organism. One step forward, and the thread flexes beneath newfound gravity! My spine curves against the forces of instability and I see radical shifts of light play off multiple contradicting planes. A colossal geode surrounds me: it is the image of relativism - a place where coordinates are lost in the game of snakes and ladders.