Thought I'd show something I worked on recently. Noah Scalin of Skulladay fame is helping to curate an exhibition in Richmond, Virginia celebrating "Skull Appreciation Day". 100 artists were sent brown paper mache "skulls" as a base for whatever you wanted to do with them. There were a few restrictions, like not making it too large, but besides that we could do whatever we wished.
I then had some more fun and made a video of mine.
The exhibition runs from June 3 through July 8 at Gallery 5, in Richmond, Virginia. Half of the proceeds will go to the Richmond Peace Education Center, and pieces will be priced fairly reasonably.
Because of where I put the "teeth", the skull really doesn't look human anymore, in my opinion. I gave the nut some protective coating like the rest of the skull, and it's given him a shiny look.
Regular visitors to Bent Objects know that I sometimes leave things behind when I travel. Look through the blog and you'll see things left around different U.S. states and in Europe. What happens to them, the mystery of it, is why I do it, I guess. Most probably end up in the trash for all I know. These two artists were left at Atlanta's High Museum of Art.