I remembered back to my own Navy days. And recalling the old rubric that "if it moves - salute it. If it doesn't paint it,"
Two of the best artists I've known were fluid on the choice of media.
We can easily get lost in the weeds talking about tradition in crafts.
Seeing may be believing, but feel will give you a less biased second opinion.
I was at my booth at a boat show in Maryland when another maritime carver came to visit. Lordan was the local "yaahd cavaah," as we'd describe it in New England.
We so often admire the complex and then seek out and appreciate the simple
You might have a hancing piece in any place that needed a graceful transition.
Salvaged from the Titanic, this carved panel still looks like the woodcarver finished yesterday despite having spent most of a century in the darkness of the North Atlantic.
The stem boards of the Cora F Cressy raised questions about a company I had once been familiar with.
Literacy is critical to our advancement as artists