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'Another Day in Oceania' is the latest body of work by Melbourne artist Fred Fowler, opening next Thursday, March 12th at our exhibition space, TDF Collect.
Products | Art Storage Cabinet 1
This cabinet was built for an elementary school art room. It is made from birch and luan (mahogany) plywood, two materials which complement each other quite well visually. Because of its size, it had to be photographed in the garage where it was built prior to delivering it. Please contact me for licensing of this image or other contract work.
Studio organization Part 1: Hanging works on paper
This is not my studio. I wish it could be because I crave light. This is my studio. My studio is in the basement of my house and currently it is a mega mess. That's what happens when you have two studios and you're away from your main one for four months. It becomes a catch all for the family. I now have ceiling tiles, a bicycle, a half finished guitar, a ladder, paint cans, art supplies, and my work hung randomly around the room. Thankfully the folding 7 feet studio acoustical panels are…
You gotta love Calder
I love art, especially sculpture. I love the great modernist pieces, and also pieces from the sixties and seventies and up until now, like Alexander Calder, Antony Caro, Donald Judd and Anish Kapoor. To name a few... A couple of years ago, when I visited Chicago, I went to see the Alexander Calder Flamingo sculpture (1973) on Federal plaza. It's an amazing piece of art. Flanked by the gorgeous and serene black glass and steel buildings by Mies van der Rohe (another great favorite), the…
Art Storage System for the storage of art made by Art Boards™ Archival Art Storage Supply.
The Art Storage System is for Art Storage of artist paintings, art drawings, digital prints, stretched canvas, art books, sculpture, collage, art supplies, art frames, artist stretchers, and more.
Flat File Storage Made With Ikea Table Tops
I have been wanting flat file storage for so long. When you hoard paper like I do, especially large sheets of art paper, you want a place to put them so they don't get damaged. I looked into buying flat file cabinets like the ones that architects use for blueprints, but whoa, they are expensive. Not able to find an inexpensive solution on eBay or craigslist, I decided to make my own flat file storage with some Ikea parts. So I bought Ikea table tops, the cheapest and most lightweight t…