Okay, I’ll admit time is flying and this residency doesn’t seem like it’s long enough right now... Suddenly the end of January seems a lot closer on this side of Thanksgiving. Well, we are plugging away on our show and so far, so interesting. The space heater is out and the jackets are on as we head into the holiday season.
Words and photos Ferris Plock
Recology is on the mind and on my block.
I am in this studio today freezing my hoo hoo (buttocks) off.
There are a pair of resident star-crossed lovers who sun themselves in lunch courtyard.
See how there is one rather large crate of free paint? imagine a whole room of it. that’s what I get to go through thurs-saturday.
Public entrance into public disposal room is guarded by a few gems pulled from the pit.
A set of awesome iron lions...reminds me of a song.
Here we see Suzanne Husky in full shopping gear.
Check out this rad van dumping stuff.
Here is a bulldozer starting a new pile (note the big one it already made)
Man, these bulldozers have massive blind spots so you gotta watch your step.
Husky egging on a bulldozer.
Here is her coffin... The ceremony was short but sweet...
There is one hill at Recology that is covered with awesome and random stuff that the workers pull out of the public disposal room.
The four horsemen? These guys say hi to all the commuters on the train.
Suzanne Husky’s sketches for her second sleeper cell.
A side shot of her first amazing porcupine sleeper cell (holds two people comfortably).
Progress not perfection.
Another detail shot of one my pieces .
Holy crud! Gavin from The Creative LIves (http://thecreativelives.com/) stopped through to see what we are up to at Recology.
Sharon is one of the people that makes this artist residency program possible.
Need a halloween mask for you and your significant other? Recology can provide the artists in residence. I found two bird cages and made some last minute masks for kelly and myself for Halloween this year. (Brixton liked them)
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