I’ve always found creativity a thought provoking topic and Michael’s process as an Artist is powerfully connected to the idea of creativity and well, his sculptures are not always creative. I know, some of you may ask; “what kind of support are you not giving him?” The answer is not always a simple one.
Merry Christmas everyone! We’d like to take a moment and send our very best wishes to all of our collectors, friends, tribe members, family and extended circle of support. We couldn’t have made it through another year without your support and interest in art, particularly Michael […]
I came across this little diddy and am quite fascinated. Miniature art complete with whimsey and brand loyalty makes me smile. The Altoids Hall of Curiosity is an intriguing website that showcases a collection of “…Curiously Strong relics […]
This past weekend, I completed an interesting commission. I carved a portrait bust of a prominent Vancouver businessman in chocolate. That’s right – a 20 kilogram block of delicious dark Belgian chocolate!
A few weeks ago, we upgraded our iPhone and spent the evening updating contact lists and calendars (all the boring stuff). Then came the fun stuff – we started looking for fun and new apps. Aside from the standard solitaire and word search, we came across […]
I came across this story about a vacant city lot in the university area of St. Louis that was being populated by local dog owners. They would congregate throughout the week and meet up with friends – new and old, and a certain neighbourhood feel was […]
Congratulations to Maia H-W, of North Vancouver, our winner of The 2011 Studio Show’s sculpture draw. Maia’s family has been collecting Michael’s work for many years, so it was meaningful to have her win the original cat sculpture. May you enjoy it for years to come!