At a towering 15 inches tall, the Mega Galactic Void is on view tonight only at @facetgallery for the Kaiju Art Toy Extravaganza. There’s going to be crazy monster art by 50+ artists along with Japanese snacks, a cash donation bar, and a screening of Godzilla afterwards at the Plaza. Hope to see you there!
Save the date—Sept 22 at Facet Gallery 7-10 pm.
This little guy is made from epoxy clay, monofilament, and acrylic.
This little guy was a commission for Christmas. Epoxy clay, acrylic. 3.5 x 2.5 x 2 inches
I might tweak the colors a little.
The first fro-yo cast was successful! Next I’ll be experimenting with different colors and painting techniques so I can plan a color scheme for the edition. Yay!
I added some stuff to the shop and created a coupon code for February. Check it out! www.etsy.com/shop/GoldfishUnderwater
I use a sandable primer to fill in any imperfections and get the surface super smooth. I usually use black so I can see where I’ve already been. Done with the wet sanding, ready for a sealer coat, and then off to the mold making stage!
Adding detail to the fro-yo swirl in layers.
Making some progress on the cake cone for a future edition of little fro-yo fellas. I like to apply the epoxy clay in layers, letting it cure between work sessions so that I can work on small areas at a time without damaging the overall piece.
These will be up for sale on etsy in a couple weeks–stay tuned!
These little guys are going to be on display at FOE Gallery in Northampton, MA November 14 – December 7 for the Common Threads show. There’s going to be lots of amazing soft sculpture–check it out!
–just a rough sculpt to get familiar with the materials