Monthly Archives: October 2011

San Franciso Open Studio–in only 4 days!!

The view from the welding table is toward the patina booth, and is pretty chaotic as final touches are put on new work for Hunters Point Open Studio.  It’s October 29th and 30th. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.—lots of free parking–over 180 artists!   Need a map?

It's topsy turvy at the patina booth as San Francisco Open Studio nears!

I hope you’ll be able to come check out some of my new work.   Here’s a sample of what these little cups of patina chemicals can accomplish:

This is pretty much the launch of this blog.   I will update about every 2 weeks with news of Kuksht Sculpture……thoughts and tips…….links to other artists and art.  I hope you will find a few things of interest.    Cheers!

 

Screamin’ Yellow Zonkers

Remember that 70’s era black and yellow box of really yellow carmel corn?  Well here’s a sculpture that rivals that wild yellow.   It’s a garden sculpture installed recently at a private home near Palo Alto.  It has a more mellow underlying theme…..it’s called “The Journey Home”.   No matter how obvious the destination, our trajectory often meanders.

Steel Garden Sculpture: "The Journey Home"