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12-04-2000, 11:33 AM
Figured I would point out this site: http://www.sculpture.org
I'm not sure how often the site is updated, but it's still got some great info. Check it out, let me know what you think?
-=- Jen ".org" de la Cruz
http://www.BewareOfArt.com and http://www.Pixelscapes.com
12-07-2000, 09:04 PM
Another really good site for supplies is www.sculpturehouse.com (http://www.sculpturehouse.com)
I find they have high quality carving and file tools.
12-28-2000, 09:43 PM
Cool! Thanks for that site. If you don't mind me tooting my own horn... I was one of the "Top 25 MFA Sculptors in the Nation" in their competition years ago (1996?) and had a piece in the magazine because of that award.
Thanks for sharing the site - I will have to really dig through that one...
12-30-2000, 12:43 PM
glad I could help... wow great reseme...
I have sold a few pieces , and would love to have more pieces to sell, however my first love is teaching art..so maybe one day..
Do you have some pieces from the time you were in the magazine????
everywhere I see art!
12-30-2000, 07:06 PM
Hey - thanks - btw: Like you, I teach full-time! ;-) It is a rewarding job. I make art on the side when I have time. It would be great to do it full-time, but since I am not able to sell a lot for the amount it would take for me to survive on my art full-time, my primary job remains teaching...
Yes, the artwork is on my website (click below) at www.timguthrie.com (http://www.timguthrie.com) - - I *think* I got the award for interactive sculpture, but it might have been because of a range of work. They didn't say. They pictured my earliest "shrine" - I have been making interactive biographical portraits in the form of altars for a while... I now have an interactive CD-ROM which shows all of the work in some detail (it is now in the form of an interactive kiosk that is travelling the entire State of Nevada next year, and then will likely travel to surrounding States after that...
Thanks for you comments. Hope you enjoy the work if you visit the website.
12-30-2000, 07:10 PM
Hey, Roxanne - one more thing - I just noticed where you live.
The Plemmons Collection of Art purchased some of my icons for their permanent collection a few years ago. I believe that is Appalacian State University in Boone - though, granted, I don't know how often they hang it, if ever - ha
How far are you from Boone?
01-02-2001, 10:04 AM
I am about 3 hours from Boone.. I will have to check it out this summer thanks! They are dead in the middle of the mountains and well it's not a suggest winter trip..
everywhere I see art!
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