Sunday, June 27, 2010

Making Steel Art "Pop"

I was talking last week with Interior Designer Patt Slack @ her Gallery the "Rivers Edge" in Wyandotte, MI about my art style.  I want her to help me by asking some of her clients about my art to find out what the public really thinks of it.  With her feed back from some of her clients we discovered that a common perception is being made of the art.
The style is too 70's...  I started to explain that it isn't production art... "STOP Dave",  Patt stated.  I have been explaining that to clients but they insist that it looks too 70's.
I need a new dimension in the art to make it in this generation of Art Collectors.

For the next couple of weeks I will be looking at the art style to "unfold" with a new dimension in some of my original pieces.  The new dimension will be added to Wall Art but Pedestal Art will inherit a stand made just for that Composition.

Monday, June 21, 2010

The "Inside / Out" Art Show

A new page is being added to the Blog of MySteelGarden for a new art show.

Description:  "Inside / Out"
An art show exploring the relationship between space and self, the infinite handshake between environment and personality.
The show will exhibit Art made by almost 30 different Artist in the Greater Michigan Region displaying 3 pieces of original Art by each Artist.

Detroit, Michigan     "In the Belle Isle Conservatory"

Exhibit Opening:     June 24 (5-8PM)
Exhibit Closing:      July 2

Normal operating hours of the Conservatory:
Monday - Sunday 10:00AM - 5:00PM

Primary Contact:
Mr. Mylez Marshall

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Exhibit at the Rivers Edge Gallery in Wyandotte, MI

This month has been very exciting for a lot of people in Wyandotte, Michigan.  An art exhibit has been on display called the "Four Petals and a Stem".  The exhibit has a theme of floral art in Photography and Metal Sculpture.  Patt Slack the Lead Designer and Jeremy Hansen  the Gallery Director of Rivers Edge Gallery presented this exhibit.   One of the Artist is only 12 years old "Lily Arnett", she is an inspiration for the young and elders of the arts.