Glass, Paint, LED, Wood
|I used purple and blue concentrated pigments to swirl the color around in 3 layers|
|I added a green liquid pigment to the resin for the bottom of this piece|
|I used untinted resin on the surface of this piece to improve the optical quality of the casting. This allows for me to control how clearly the viewer can see the images behind the casting|
|Same use of untinted resin here.|
|I added an intense pink pigment to the resin for a very bright piece.|
|Swirls of blue pigmented resin on both the front and back of the glass casting|
|Alcohol dyes were used in the resin and left to settle naturally.|
|This used clear resin to isolate the glass casting within the frame.|
|Before adding clear resin to the surface, you couldn't even see the ferris wheel behind the glass. The resin fills in the imperfections of the glass that distort light that passes through it. By filling them in, and having a smooth surface, light passes straight through the piece improving the optical quality.|
|A fun swirly look created by pouring the resin, then asding just a few drops of liquid pigment here and there and moving it around with a tongue depressor.|
|I mixed up a few batches of colored resin and poured them over this glass piece.|
|a very thin coating of purple resin over a highly textured glass casting|
|Hard to get an image of this beautiful piece. Intense red, intense purple that blended together where the colors meet. the light coming through this pieces is gorgeous.|
|Resin poured into a plaster door casting.|
|I used to cover surfaces with concrete. the background of this piece is a greenish concrete, that i covered with resin. It really brought out a gorgeous feel to the concrete.|
|Subtle use of swirled color|
|A little blue at the bottom, a bit o green at the top and blended together.|
Gateway Community Development Corporation welcomes you to the 12th Annual Gateway Open Studio Tour in the Prince George's County Gateway Arts District, home to one of the DC metro area's most innovative and creative artist communities.
On Saturday, May 14th, 2016, from 12-5 p.m., Gateway Arts District artists, studios and galleries will open their doors to the public.
My studio Otis Street Arts Project is excited to be participating.
I'll have some new pieces, some works in progress, some old works.
Plenty for you to buy.
Two of our Artists will be demonstrating aspects of their studio process
1:00 Jenna North will be doing a demo of painting on water.
2:00 Hebron Chism will be showing his carving techniques.
In addition to being able to see the work of our resident artists, we'll have the fantastic Plastic Sky playing her lyrical ambient dreamscape music for you.
From 5-8pm, the Gateway Arts Center will host an After Party and an Opening Reception at the 39th Street Gallery.
Come spend the day exploring our creative spaces!
3706 & 3708 Otis Street
We'll have maps and information for all the surrounding studios.
|Dream of Flight|