Thursday, December 30, 2010

New show for a new year at twist etc #77

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Twist etc. Arcade #77 opening January 8th 2011

Artist Statement:

The Process of Product | 12 x 12

The content of this exhibition is more about recording the creative process than focusing on the typical "product" we are used to seeing in a gallery exhibition. Although, each artwork stands on it’s own as a finished work. Every artist involved was asked to generate ideas and/or make studies at the size of 12 x 12 inches based on their own creative desires. The result is an interesting look at what themes are born out of their subconscious. All of the individual ideas shown together create a kind of collective creativity, some having visual and/or intellectual connections with one another. Each 12 x 12 work is a moment along the way of developing one’s ideas. Working at this small scale encouraged experimentation and personal investigation.

Also deviating from the typical art exhibition is the way the viewer encounters and examines the artwork. Unlike the standard gallery format where works are spaced out in plain view, the grid invites people closer to see each work individually.


Approximately 90 young artists from WKU were asked to take part in this exhibition. The over all majority are Art majors from Studio Art, Graphic Design or Art Education. The artistic backgrounds of those involved are extremely diverse, raging from no former artistic training to an abundance of pervious art and design classes. Professors Brent Dedas and Yvonne Petkus created and coordinated the project.

January art crawl is second saturday due to the NYE holiday

January art crawl is second saturday due to the NYE holiday..

January 8th from 6-9pm
Happy 2011!!

More christmas etc 1980s

Some of the Christmas art made to give as presents

Oh Christmas trees

Not actual historical.. But maybe it helps explain me

Disney world some time in the 1980s

Friday, December 17, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

working on the christmas eve bulletin cover for church...