Tod's 'depurposed tools'. Amused many and got plenty of study time.
Pedestal that Jared made with broken tempered glass and grout. It was a hit amongst the female viewers.
Tod's obtuse sculptures. This one right above was called by one artist 'the ballsiest piece here'.
will have another batch in the coming days. again, these aren't showing well, its a cave in the daytime with a few fluorescent lights and if i use a flash it makes everything gross looking. this is as good as i can do right now. i think my favorite works that tod has done are the two wiry things on the yellow background/door. i have to laugh, a professor at Sam Houston saw that one and announced it was the balliest piece here. i said i'm glad you like it. he said i didn't SAY i liked it. i said it was the balliest piece. what can you say to that?
i also noticed many people eyeing Jared's pedestal as well as the small sculptures on tod's shelves. it really was interesting though how few people seemed to genuinely be interested in the majority of the work, especially mine...least as far as i could tell. all the openings i've been in/attended people asked me questions ~ good thing i have had many good experiences in showing my art, this show could have crushed me if i were more insecure about my work. huntsville, you is a hard nut to crack.