Monday, March 29, 2010


Some footage from a contest in Brazil 2007

RISD Bike Drawings

Three drawing samples are required of all candidates. Each drawing must be done using graphite pencil on a sheet of white paper measuring 16” x 20” (40 cm x 50 cm); other drawing materials should not be used. The first drawing must represent a bicycle. The second drawing must utilize both sides of the sheet of drawing paper. For the third drawing, consider something from three perspectives and relate your three visualizations together on the page.

You may approach these three drawings in any way you wish. For example, your drawings may be realistic or abstract; you may choose to draw an object alone or place it in a situation; you can draw the whole object or only a portion of it, etc.

We consider drawing to be as much about process as presentation, so we encourage you to consider your drawing submissions as exercises in experimental thinking and risk-taking more than final presentations or examples of technical proficiency. We encourage you to consider the full range of possible expression in your submissions, as we do not value any particular style of drawing more than another.

These drawings must be submitted in their original form, not as reproductions. Fold your drawings in half and then in half again to a finished size of 8” x 10” (20cm x 25cm) and be sure to note your full name and address on the back of each drawing.

spring and its bounty

here what we have to look forward to with spring

farmers markets rule!!!

Martin Puryear

One of my favorite Artist
Martin Puryear (born May 23, 1941)
American sculptor.
He works in media including wood, stone, tar, and wire.
His work is a union of minimalism and traditional crafts.