SCULPTURE IMAGES Cenotaph For The Blithely AlacritousCenotaph For the Blithely Alacritous (detail view)Anthropocene ReliquaryAnthropocene Reliquary (detail)The Enabled Romantic AfflictionThe Enabled Romantic Affliction (detail)MIRTH CONVERTED FROM FLOTSAM TO JETSAM, cherry, plexiglas, fiberfill, LEDs, 43″H x 30″W x 20″D Photo credits: Mollie SchaidtMIRTH CONVERTED FROM FLOTSAM TO JETSAM (detail), cherry, plexiglas, fiberfill, LEDs, 43″H x 30″W x 20″D Photo credits: Mollie SchaidtMONOCULAR VISIONARY, styrofoam, model tank, scenery materials, acrylic paint, turned brass, 7″H x 40″W x 24″D Photo credits: Mollie SchaidtMONOCULAR VISIONARY (detail), styrofoam, model tank, scenery materials, acrylic paint, turned brass, 7″H x 40″W x 24″D Photo credits: Mollie SchaidtMAIN-A-DIEU AND THE BARBARIC YAWP, mixed materials, 20″H x 24″W x 14″ Deep, Photo Credits: Mollie SchaidtMAIN-A-DIEU AND THE BARBARIC YAWP (detail), mixed materials, 20″H x 24″W x 14″ Deep, Photo Credits: Mollie SchaidtTerminus Island Exile, Mixed Materials 9″ x 47″ x 24″ Photo credits: Mollie SchaidtTerminus Island Exile (detail), Mixed Materials 9″ x 47″ x 24″ Photo Credits: Mollie SchaidtENABLER OF AMBIGUOUS SCALE, repurposed Nova Scotia Christmas tree, PVC, rigid foam, stucco, wire, 96″H x 48″W x 22″D ENABLER OF AMBIGUOUS SCALE (detail), repurposed Nova Scotia Christmas tree, PVC, rigid foam, stucco, wire, 96″H x 48″W x 22″ DCRUX NAVIS (port side view) – rigid foam, resin, plexiglas, sheet metal, wood,13″H x 22″L x 10″DTREBLED CONVEYANCE, rigid foam, resin, sheet metal, machined aluminum, 14″H x 22″W x 12″DAMBIVALENT CONVEYANCE, rigid foam, resin, sheet metal, machined aluminum, 10″H x 48″L x 8″DFACETED CONVEYANCE (rear view)FACETED CONVEYANCE, 14″H x 21″W x 13″DEMOTING CONVEYANCE, epoxy, MDF, PVC, sheet metal, machined aluminum wheels, 26″H x 26″W x 26″DEMOTING CONVEYANCE (rearview)-epoxy, MDF, PVC, sheet metal, machined aluminum wheels, 26″H x 26″W x 26″DCLEFT CONVEYANCE, rigid foam, epoxy resin, sheet metal, MDF 18″H x 43″W x 25″DCLEFT CONVEYANCE – detail viewCRETACEOUS MODE, styrofoam, epoxy, sheet metal, mdf, masonite, 17″H x 65″L x 17″DSTACK, styrofoam, plaster, graphite, PVC, fiberfill, flicker bulb, 45″H x 64″W x 10″DSTACK (detail)-styrofoam, plaster, graphite, PVC, fiberfill, flicker bulb45″H X 64″W x 10″DFATHER GOOSE – (detail) wood, styrofoam, sheet metal, rubber duckies, plexiglas, LEDs 45″H x 28″L x 16″D GLEAMIN’ FREEDOM, ebonized ash, plaster, model gas station, optic fiber, 34″H x 28″W x 28″DGLEAMIN’ FREEDOM- (detail view)-ebonized ash, plaster, model gas station, optic fiber34″H x 28″ x28″ ’05 NOMAD, wheels, wood, model scenery, 52″H x 27″W x 27″D’05 NOMAD (detail) -wheels, wood, model scenery 52″H x 27″ x27″ SEAMAN’S MEMORIAL – (detail)CORPULENT CONVEYANCE, styrofoam, resin sheet metal machined aluminum, 24″H x 9″W x 12″D Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
10 thoughts on “SCULPTURE IMAGES”
Wow John!! Wonderful work.
Liked your show at Mayer Fine Art Gallery in Waterside, Norfolk.
I felt ‘at home’ immediately when I walked into your current show at CACVA [I’m a member]; an extraordinary but most enjoyable context for a first look at your work. I’d like to send you my one page ‘reaction’ paper (Prof. Edwards’ class) but it will not fit this space. If you have a ‘public’ email address, I could send it as an attachment. Thanks. Bill Shealy
Nice work! Very interesting and thought provoking
Wow, nice stuff, John. I always wondered what happened to you after grad school.
Just took a look at your wonderful gallery. The masterclass you put on today at Salem High was absolutely great. It was a real pleasure to talk and collaborate with such an unassuming and genuine guy. In the short amount of time that i had to talk with you, I learned alot about your background; you were so openly honest that everyone in the room couldn’t help but ask you questions. So Professor Roth, would it be too much to ask for more sessions for us?
-Student, Salem High School; Artist
Adam J. Friar
Thanks for the good word. I had a great time out at Salem, hopefully Mr Jernigan will bring me out again. Good luck with your artwork!
Word from Mr. Jernigan is that another masterclass is opening itself up; depending on the school budget and all of that business, we might have a chance for a metalsmithing workshop/class/etc. Sounds interesting enough. Are you interested in something like that?
There is a whimsical morbidness to your ‘Home Appliance’ sculpture. I adore it. (Although, I am sure morbid and adore should remain separate.)