Object Runway

Some great photos done by Clark Mishler of the event. Cute photo of Sarah and Charlee - No. 6 and a nice one of the dress No. 69. Too bad Charlee got a bit tired … will have to get some photos of her in her dress.

Object Runway

Putting final touches on my entry into object runway. It is definitely in the experimental category. & (ampersand) is playing with uniting forms, in a graphical, sculptural way. This event is definitely going to sell out – buy some tickets now for the event on Sat, Feb. 6.


I am getting my sewing machine warmed up … and working on some sketches for this very fun event happening in February. I guess the judge is from this season Project Runway – Christopher Straub. I don’t have a tv … so I have never seen the show. I think type will definitely be involved in my little piece. I am looking for a model though …. THE CHALLENGE IS TO MAKE WEARABLE WORKS OF ART. CLOTHING SHOULD FIT INTO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES/THEMES: • IMPRINT (use magazines, newspapers, newspaper bags... Read The Rest →

Artist at Play exhibition

Artists at Play is an exhibit that just opened at the Anchorage Museum. It a companion exhibit to Science in Toyland. My piece took a lot to build —- lots of lite brite pegs …. there were TONS of children creating designs at the opening. I have to check out this week how it is holding up. And take some pictures of it with the illumination.

Cluster mobile

I am working on a little mobile type sculpture to fill our ten foot wall space. The top will use an old bike rim and rotate. Letters will be clustered onto it — and revolve. I am hoping to have it done in a week or so. Stay tuned.

Alta Bike

Okay we bought the bike. And it is one fast single speed. Alaska Design Forum was selected (out of a hat) to be one of the four recipients of the profits from the Mayor’s Charity Ball. Frost Produkt, from Norway generously donated the bike to ADF. Jan and Sondre Ustrad, the two brothers that started Frost lectured in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau. Great guys — doing some really nice work.

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