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Denver’s Urban Folklore – Random photos

One of the fun things for me when working away from home is the opportunity for different kinds of photos whether it be people, buildings or what have you. Now that I’ve reported the essentials of the sculpture piece and read more »

Posted by Bill at 11:56 am in Art Projects, Mud Woman Rolls On, Travel | 3 Comments

Drywall Plaster Notes from Denver

For those who are interested here are some notes about the plaster we applied to the drywall panels behind the sculpture. The museum mounted the panels for us leaving ¼ inch depth from the surrounding frame. I wanted to do read more »

Posted by Bill at 9:49 am in Art Projects, How-To, Mud Woman Rolls On | 2 Comments

Mud Woman Continues – Part 2

So much for trying to post photos on a daily basis while working in Denver. I knew it wasn’t likely, but I thought I would try. As it turned out, after my initial post reality took over. On days 2, read more »

Posted by Bill at 12:19 pm in Art Projects, Mud Woman Rolls On | 1 Comment

Mud Woman Continues

We returned to Denver yesterday to begin working with Athena’s sister Roxanne on her sculpture piece “Mud Woman Rolls On.” Our presence coincides with the opening of the Native American exhibit in the old wing of the Denver Art Museum. read more »

Posted by Bill at 7:27 pm in Art Projects, Mud Woman Rolls On | 2 Comments

Mud Woman Begins to Roll

Funny where the world takes you at times. A desire to upload this blog before going to Mexico tomorrow and trouble with the internet at home took me to none other than McDonalds in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Clearly it is read more »

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