“A work of art is never finished, it is abandoned.”
(attributed to Leonardo da Vinci)
Something interesting I might note about my glass art installation for Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is the fact that this piece will be one element of the larger “Spaulding Art Program.” That program, in turn, is part of an overarching effort to create a holistic healing environment, for patients as well as staff, families, and other visitors. Read More
Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.
Something I haven’t really touched on yet in my posts about the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital project is concept. My interest in process and chance operations might be apparent, but why, you may wonder, do I choose one particular process or operation and not others for a glass art installation? What fuels the impulses and decisions? Why certain colors or certain qualities of paint and light over other others? What inspires this work? Read More
In mulling over the controversies of collaborative art processes, I can’t help but think of renowned figures like Jeff Koons. For anyone who might be unfamiliar with his work, Koons is at the extreme end of the “collaboration” spectrum; he designs but doesn’t touch his own work. Read More