Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Sculpture (Kansas City #3)


T. Renner, "Sculpture (Kansas City #3)," 2008, digital photograph.

Looking through my photo folders this morning, I came across this shot at a sculpture I made while visiting the Kansas City Art Institute last March.

Below is another sculpture I made on the same trip:


T. Renner, "Sculpture (Kansas City #1)," 2008, digital photograph.

This is a photograph of a small sculpture I made on a trip to Kansas City, Missouri, last March. I visited the campus of the Art Institute of Kansas City, which was oddly deserted because, I guess, it was spring break. Anyway, I left a couple of sculptures on site. I wonder what was made of them?

And another:


T. Renner, "Sculpture (Kansas City #2)," 2008, digital photograph.

Here's another photo of a sculpture I made while visiting the Kansas City Art Institute last March. I love the shadows, and I wish I'd kept the sculpture instead of leaving it on the KCAI grounds.

Wouldn't it be fun to make this thing in feet rather than inches!

Catharine Magel, an internationally known artist working in ceramics, mosaic, and painting, commented (via Facebook) on "Sculpture (Kansas City #1)":
"Great sculpture from your visit to KCAI. I loved it there!!!! The sculpture fits the aesthetics or one of the aesthetics valued there."

1 comment:

Gena Brady Allen said...

you are like, so talented...these are wonderful tony!