Posts Tagged ‘artinjection’

ACROBAT bronze @ FMC Tower (Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects) in Philly

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FUGUE Foliage

…So I just got the windows squeaky-cleaned here at The Chelsea Treehouse to facilitate a clearer view of our luxury, organic, sustainable, bespoke, artisanal green housing development in progress by Mr. & Mrs. Squirrel’s ACME Nest Builders LLC. Well that plus now you can my new sculpture better from outside too. Drop by or climb The Treehouse! 

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Pink Think

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Acrobat installed in Philly + MARVEL/NETFLIX Cameos

Hi Everyone, Greetings from StudioDave! Acrobat has mounted a permanent handstand outside the FMC Tower at Cira Centre South/Philadelphia, PA. Framed by the Schuylkill River and bold architecture of Pelli Clarke Pelli, Acrobat can also be viewed while riding a glass elevator up to Cira Green—a cool new one acre park ten stories above street level. The […]

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An Octopus, a Shark & Two Dancers…

INTRODUCING Mira/Bovo: a double portrait juxtaposing contemporary dancers Mira Cook and Giorgia Bovo, inspired by their astonishing performances last fall with Indelible Dance in No Man’s Land—choreographed by Robin Cantrell (NYC)—during which Mira Cook was eight months pregnant.

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Public Art, TV Cameo & Chasing Moose in Montana

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Getting Closer!

I am still fundraising on Sculpturezoo.com for my NYC Public Art project. Donate today & choose original artwork or jewelry as thank you gifts for your contribution!

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The Acrobat Project/my sculpture in-progress for Art-in-the-Parks (NYC) is now on KICKSTARTER

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Bronzetopus (Sean calls it “Pearl Diver” but whatever…)

California artist Sean Monaghan is one of my favorite/wittiest friends. A master of both animal and figurative work, he’s a terrific conceptual sculptor too. We met about twenty years ago when I first began casting bronze at Sean’s then fledgling BronzeWorks of Santa Cruz*; bonding immediately through our mutual—some might say, preternatural— “gift” for sarcastic repartee […]

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Look’s like Scribbledog hot-wired the ‘ol Escape Pod

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