Hmmm - my first attempt at using my new animation programme. Seems to be pretty easy to get the hang of the basics. I'll try to make any future films a little bit more exciting.
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Friday, January 19, 2007
[clay, perspex and wood]
I sold the above piece at an exhibition in London a couple of years ago and last week we were reunited as it requires some repair following a wee accident. The glass did indeed break but thankfully it was not an emergency and with a wee bit of work over the weekend, it will be good as new and on its way home come Monday.
There are lots more of these wee guys availible for viewing and purchase at my website http://holeinmypocket.com/pages/alburt/art.htm
Monday, January 15, 2007
Pirate Wood [close up] 2007
For some reason I'm a bit obsessed with making things with woods/ forests or trees in them. Guess its because they are such good backgrounds for stories - full of magic, mystery and possible fear.
I plan to make a series of these wee models and with each one I will attempt to capture a moment from a story waiting to be told.
Friday, January 12, 2007
Lumberjack (14cm x 20cm)
My cousin told me a story about his adventures on the NYC underground. One morning, in his first week of work, when getting on the train, he dropped his paper. As he bent down to pick it up, the doors closed and he got stuck with his head on one side and his body still on the platform. Luckily the train won't move if the doors aren't fully closed so he didn't have to run really quickly down the tunnels. The New Yorkers quickly lept to his assistance and forced the doors open. Once free Stuart fell face first into the train and then had to try and stand up with the remenants of his dignity and act like everything was ok.
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
This year, I am going to attempt to be a bit more proactive when it comes to producing artwork. I will now try to create a new painting or sculputre every week. We shall see how long this manages to continue for.