- Gallery: Portland Art Museum
- 1219 SW Park Avenue Portland, OR 975205
- The Exhibition is run by Dillon, Domenick, Jennifer, Jessica, Kimberly, Sean and Maricel
- We show mostly sculptural work made from recycled materials
From the beginning my twin passions were drawing and horses, my hero was Leonardo da Vinci, and my dreams were of becoming an artist living in a wooded valley with clear flowing water at my door and horses grazing all around.http://www.heatherjansch.com/profile.php
To Ji, rubber symbolizes mutation. "The product is from nature," from the white sap of latex trees. "But here it's changed. The color is black. The look is scary." He tried experimenting with clay and bronze, but the sculptures looked too much like robots. "Rubber is very flexible, like skin, like muscles," he explains.
I am an educated man. I have a shiny certificate from Curtin University of Technology to prove it. I received my BA in Graphic Desin in 2010.
I remember how I used carry around my CD collection in a zip-up case that I kept in my backpack. It feels like just a few years back, but technology and music mediums have changed quite a bit in that time. I still keep a stack of CDs in the glove compartment of my car on the off-chance that I leave my iPod behind, but the disks are probably dusty now from disuse. What to do with the stacks of blank CDs still sitting under your desk waiting to be burned? My sculpture work is all about repurposing the discarded to make something beautiful.http://www.zimbio.com/Sean+Avery/articles/65e8T97TwU9/Sean+Avery+Animal+Sculptures+Created+Broken