This article was written for Artist's Monthly in the 50's, but his analysis of art school pitfalls are the same as they are today.
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The Process & Form Of Brian Craig- Wankiiri By Adam Reeder
Living Master Brian Craig- Wankiiri is an inspiration to sculptors. I have been lucky to get an okay from Brian to put up process images. I will be posting the Process images as soon as I organize them.
Presidential Portrait Bust of Stephen Colbert was created in 2008. I made it after reading his book, and seeing how far he took the running for President joke.
Gino was born in Australia, but spent his formative years in Rome. As a child he was fascinated by the architecture, sculptures, fountains and the works of the masters that surrounded him. The craftsmanship and attention to detail was indelibly etched into his own creative expression and his drive to achieve the same level of perfection in his work.
In my quest to help empower artists with the tool to succeed, I hope I find more like this How to draw DVD.
Here it is!!! Soon it will be on Amazon and about a dozen art blogs. Love it!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO, CA. January 29, 2011 I graduated from The San Francisco Academy Of Art University in 2009. My major was sculpture and I graduated with honorable mention. So ask yourself "why would this guy slander his department? Wouldn’t that hurt him?” Let me be clear, I would rather ruin the reputation of my alma mater, than be associated with that place.
(This is a manifesto I wrote 2 years ago. I have never published it. It was a reaction to the ignorance I faced in graduate school from the modernist sculpture
The artmarketblog.com has been writing articles for a while now on the deceptive practice among the leading auction houses, of staging a "contemporary art" auction. What they do is, put a few Warhols up, then a bunch of unknown artists, since they are all part of the same auction, people think they are buying something valuable.
I am not trying to ruin anyones hopes and dreams...BUT... Look, say you go to Graduate school in fine art. You graduate 3 years later, $100,000 in dept. You go into a workforce which is so over saturated, you can't get a job making copies at kinkos.
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In the picture for this post you can see a grab of David Kassan's DVD sales page. The reason it is there, is if you really want to be the best, you should know how to draw. I suggest buying this DVD and anything from David Kassan, Jeremy Lipking or Tony Pro. If you want to learn, why not learn form the best?
See www.Videos.StudioRealism.com for more videos. Watch Adam Reeder sculpt his latest sculpture, Zeus' iPhone, in clay.
This is part of a body of work about the failure of the masculine paradigm.
More viedos at www.videos.studiorealism.com.
This book is a priceless tool. I suggest buying it in English. However, it is on this French website for free.
This is a link to a PDF containing an incredible amount of free information. Drew Williams of Satyr Sculpting Studio gives away every part of the polymer clay sculpting process from start to finish. I know Drew, he and I shared a studio in grad school. Drew is not greedy or selfish, and this book proves it. Everything you ever wanted to know about how to sculpt with polymer clay, especially characters, miniatures, toys, or game pieces.