Something's stirring in the Worcester art scene...We'll go along and check it out, see if you can go too. I have a mirror on display and Chris has a mini exhibition of his latest lino cuts...should be a hoot!
Congratulations Chris Bourke!! The bloody skating train-spotter guessed immediately that the deck, I sand-blasted, was none other than a new old stock Chris Miller G&S model...You deserve a free plug. Please check Chris's site out, he's got some nice new merchandise up for sale, (love the tote bags Chris!)
Here's to a New Year. Here's to pushing myself into places where I can achieve my potential. I have lots of silent resolutions, that will only become evident with output. I've got a good feeling things are going to be okay. This skate deck was Christmas present from a good friend; he gave it to me with the intention of me turning it into an artwork. It works really well and shows, once again, just how the pattern can be applied to almost any surface, giving the object new life and meaning. I won't put the model name of the skate deck on the blog just yet, I'll wait for someone with keen eyes to identify it! g Sandblasted skate deck