Angela Eastman: A Method of Traveling

Angela Eastman: A Method of Traveling

An interactive sculpture presented at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco and at Rejuvenation in Portland in July, 2015, as part of the Renegade Craft Fair, the Traveling Queen is a whimsical piece designed to encourage playful interaction with the surrounding...
Curvy Commission

Curvy Commission

Loyal readers of Art Regard will have noted that, to date, I’ve made rather scant note of a public art commission I was awarded last year. Nearly all I’ve made mention of is the project’s intended location: Tulsa, Oklahoma. Does that mean I’ll...
Inflection Reflection

Inflection Reflection

It’s February 16, 2020. Been a while since I’ve “regarded” anything on the blog, as I’ve been ensconced in a few projects in the non-virtual world. So I thought I’d begin by updating you, broad strokes, as to...
Still Feels the Same

Still Feels the Same

photo credit: Scott JohnsonIt was late in 2012, the year I began creating art after taking a decades-long siesta (in the art creating department, anyway). My first piece of art, a sculpture I titled “Lacuna”, was nearing completion when I was asked by one...
On the Rebirth of an Untended Fire

On the Rebirth of an Untended Fire

It’s 3:44 am, January 22, 2020, and I’m nearly finished with my mug of starter fluid. Faithful Ruby, our dog, attends me, snuggled up in the chair Nan will occupy in a few hours.Why am I up? It’s a bit early, or, for some of you night owls, a bit...