zenpond    
     
   
Art Gallery

Copyright Notification: All images shown on this website are the sole property of the author.

kyotoTriplets
122114i
122114j
122114l
122114m
 
abstract
122114c
122114d
122114
122114k
122114n
abstract115
abstract117
harvasting
abstract112
To grandmother's house
fish
swash
whirl and sticks
grids
decanter
abstract114
exploring together
reflective
abstract100
fireworks
moon
space station
abstract111
circle and strips constelation rapids square_on_rectangle ghosts king tut
rasp Mother Lode fire flies Brust turbulence aspen
city_on_th_lake
feathers
water
aluminum
bottles
prairie fire
the ball
ho ho ho
spanish bicycle
water wheel
practice of kindred spirits
madison
eagle
Grand Manan
old quebec
three boats
carl sandburg's lake
clouds
portrait
Olivia2
The Clock Tower
Colorado Rapids
caroline
isabel
sleeping lady
fawn
pj
autumn leaves
spot
hydrangea
leiden windmill
Just Sratching By
Bergen
high mountain trail
cindy
maggie
Norwegian Fjord joyce2 gnarly tree koi pond
wine containers joyce 3 pen and ink lighthouse quantum harmonics

 

john is also doing bronze sculptures. Sculptures are totally different creatures from paintings. They are MUCH more expensive. Generally, they are in the thousands of dollars rather than in the hundreds for paintings.

The process of casting bronze has not changed for centuries, but the materials used are new and take some practice to use them correctly. The oil-based clay is harder (better detail), the new platinum-silicone rubber lasts forever, the outside hard shell is called "Free Form - Air" (much lighter - floats on water) rather than plaster of paris (which was quite heavy), the new alumium shims are much thinner, and the new wax is harder (also keep detail better). Most sculptures wil last at least 5000 years or longer, if not destroyed beforehand.

 

 

To see how john got started painting, click here: How john got started painting

 

 

[HOME]
[WHAT]
[PICS]
[CONST]
 
[QUIET]

[CATS]
[BOOKS]
       

Copyright (c) zenpond, all rights reserved for the entire contents of this site.