I love shooting photos of classic cars and hotrods. It is a favorite thing to do to shoot close ups of details that form compelling compositions. Something i learned from my mentor Robert E. Graves. Camera is ready and film is free. Consider it another installment in the My Favorite Machine series.
This place is a must-see. Even if you have seen my TechXpressionist art before. Even if you don’t like TechXpressionism, you have got to see this building. It’s an old cotton mill from over a century ago.
Rustic doesn’t begin to explain this setting. Authentic is a more suitable caliber word. I’m not sure i can even explain it. There is just something about this place that grabs the heart, the soul. And the mind is inspired to create. Creating things. WERX. That what it’s about.
Check it out. Come by and say hi. MicKinney WERX has a coffee hour every Thursday morning. Say hi to Christine. she’ll show you around.
MySparcline design is a Responsive to work with IPhone 6, 6+, or virtually any smart phone or tablet, with or without a case.
Actually, I worked really hard to make these things Apple-screw proof. i got burned once by incorporating a power cord in a previous design – Then they changed the connector! These babies will work great on smart phones and tablets of virtually any size and brand.
A great time at the show. A new audience became acquainted with TechXpressionism and i was asked to be on the panel of selected artist talking about their work. Wonderful time sharing thoughts with these talented individuals.
My mention of our digital culture becoming sensory deprived in terms of physical interaction seemed to strike chord with everyone. We are all geeks these days. It’s fun when those images come out from behind the glass and into our real space.
One of my favorite pieces from the show. i love the mix of tech and painterly textures. And it is quite a clever use of a junction box. I learned this was not actually in the show, but is part of the permanent exhibit at the Frisco Arts Center.
My art is being featured in the Frisco Arts Sculptechular show, opening this weekend. This will include some of my steel figures in the gallery and some large metal TechXpressionist pieces in the event center located behind the Frisco Discovery Center. The city of Frisco is stepping up to being the art-tech hub and i am happy to be right in the middle of it. It sort of just makes sense, don’t you think?
Sunday afternoon is the opening reception. I have been asked to be on the panel. I expect there will be some interesting conversations about art, technology, and the unique connections here in the North Dallas area with Frisco as the pinnacle. It is, after all, a rightful contender to the claim as the birthplace of TechXpressionism.
It should be an eye-opening array of work. Looking forward to seeing you there!