3D Resin Painting at Artfields 2017
I am pleased to announce my 3D resin painting “Tuskegee” is part of this year’s Artfields exhibition in Lake City, South Carolina. The 6’ x 3’ piece (the largest I’ve created to date) is a tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II. It is one of 400 artworks selected from the Southeast on display during the week event (April 22nd-April 29th). Only artists from the following 12 states could enter: (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia). I’m joined by 5 other triangle area artists (you can see the other selected artists’ pieces starting in April.) Click here to check out the list of accepted artists.
While most of the artwork is for sale, this community celebration has $100,000 in awards for the artists in different categories like: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media and installations. Winners are determined by, public votes and a prestigious judging panel. You can only vote in person, so you’ll need to register at the event in Lake City to have your ballot count.
I’ll be at the “Maker’s Market” during the opening weekend (April 22nd & 23rd); selling prints, 3D Glasses and displaying more of my unique 3D painting style. I will also be part of the “Lunchtime Crunchtime” on Friday, April 28th, 1pm at The Bean Market. I’ll discuss my artistic method and the steps to creating “Tuskegee”. You can view the piece at the Ragsdale Old Building (R.O.B.) I hope to see you there, in April !