Thursday, August 26, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Wonderful post by Lee Gaizak Brooks in The Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet regarding Scott Darlington's glass hammer on display in the area artists exhibit at the TMA.
And, in my opinion the most remarkable piece in the current exhibit.
Taking a first place award at the 92nd Toledo Area Artists Exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art (and on display through August 22nd), Scott Darlington’s Genetically Modified Corn Hammer (2010) may be one of the artist’s most compelling works to date. The hammer’s self-descriptive title and simple premise belie- click here for the entire post
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
We have just received these gorgeous etchings of native Michigan Brook trout. Brook trout require cool, spring fed streams and pools. They can be found under cover of rocks, logs and undercut stream banks.
Au Sable Brook Trout
These fine etchings are perfect examples of Hanka's mastery of technique and shine light upon his deep love and respect for the subject. If you have a place in your heart for trout and all the beauty and life that surround them you'll want to see these glorious prints.Brook Trout VI