Category Archives: 3D

SkyPonds by Joseph Miller & Oliver Doriss

wwseymour Conservatory

Blown Glass Installation 2008

This collaboration between artists Joseph Miller and Oliver Doriss was specifically designed for display within the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in Tacoma Washington. The installation is intended to address and compliment both this historic structures clean aesthetic and Tacoma’s current place within the history of glass. These Pieces interact with the environment of the conservatory, rusting, growing, evaporating, and condensating. Participating in these daily cycles that mimic the often-invisible mechanics of the larger world in which we live.

Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich www.fulcrumtacoma.com
Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich
Photo Credit - Jason Ganwich www.fulcrumtacoma.com

Source: SkyPonds by Joseph Miller & Oliver Doriss

Category: Installation, Sculpture

i am Worm Morphology.

i Hate to be an encumbrance to Anyone or Anything in my world.  i am absolutely respectful towards all creation.
My Dear Good Owner Curator of Fulcrum,,, please, say this might work for you….
warmest regards,   Worm Morphology

And so it came to pass. This is but a brief excerpt from my interaction with Worm Morphology, and for his creation there are even fewer words. This piece actually unfolds before your eyes. It is a multimedia assemblage of found objects and collected artifacts. As you step closer you will find detail within the details, and even more details within those. In the evenings it seems to flicker with an energetic presence. Maybe it’s haunted. -O

Worm Morphology’s tribute to Scorpio courtesy of the Enlightenment Cabinet – Overture to the Zodiac. on display at Fulcrum till the end of May.

 

 

Creatures of Habit (Contemporary Ceramics – On the Edge)

Fulcrum Gallery Presents:
Creatures of Habit (Contemporary Ceramics – On the Edge)
March 15th to May12th
Opening Reception: Thursday March 15th 6-9 pm
NCECA Bus Tour: Tuesday March 27th

Spencer Ebbinga
Heather Cornelius

In celebration of the 46th annual NCECA ceramic conference Fulcrum Gallery presents Creatures of Habit. Artists Heather Cornelius and Spencer Ebbinga explore both the human and the animal consciousness. Heather uses her smooth visual language to articulate messages of feminine ideals and iconography. Similarly Spencer opens up his subconscious to us by extracting his surrealistic visions from the dream state and giving them physical form.