NEWS FROM ARTIST KEVIN CARON
Sculptor Kevin Caron is always up to something interesting. You can catch up with him in a number of ways ....
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Or KEEP UP WITH KEVIN HERE WITH THIS NEWS ...
NEW YORK SHOW EXTENDED; TWO NEW SHOWS SCHEDULED
The art show "The HeArt of Italy" at the Italian-American Museum Gallery in New York City has been held over until the end of August. Kevin's 3D-printed fine art sculpture 50 Years of Limoncello is featured in the show. "I was sorry to miss the opening but am thrilled that the show can now be seen by even more people!" says Kevin.
Meanwhile, Kevin has booked two more events for 2018, one in Phoenix and another in Tucson, Arizona - check out the Events page for the latest information.
KEVIN FEATURED IN ARTICLES IN CHINA AND PHOENIX
Kevin was featured in a four-color, multipage spread in 3D Imperial above magazine. "This magazine feature is incredibly beautiful," says Kevin. "Based on the images, it almost looks like a retrospective of my work. I am looking forward to a translation so I know what it says!" You can see the whole article online.
On the other side of the world, Kevin was featured in an article for the Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau "Visit Phoenix" site. "Phoenix sculptor forges scrap metal, railroad spikes and more into memorable works of art" by Jackie Dishner captures what Kevin does in a special way. "Jackie really knows how to understand a subject and share it clearly," Kevin observes. "I really appreciate that!" Read the article now.
WHAT'S NEW IN 3D PRINTING: "WHAT’S NEW IN 3D PRINTERS"
What does 3D printing have to do with art? Kevin shares his adventures with this new technology in his blog, "A Sculptor Takes on 3D Printing."
Kevin's latest post shares information about the newest 3D printers. In an industry that seems to change by the minute, it's interesting to see where hardware is going .... Check it out.
NEW IN THE STUDIO
Front and center on the studio workbench right now is Tangent, (right) a site-specific sculpture for a new 8-story apartment building in Atlanta. It is inspired by Kevin's sculpture Horizontal Shift. Watch this new sculpture develop on its own page.
Kevin is making steady progress on another commission, Desert Dancers. This sculpture will be sited outside a home in Carefree, Arizona. Kevin is creating a couple of the pad structures each day. "It's too hot to run the forge all day!" he says. Desert Dancers is the first sculpture in which Kevin has incorporated glass. "It's always exciting to try something new," says Kevin. See Desert Dancers develop on its own page.
Meanwhile, he's begun work on yet another commission for the New York horticultural and sculpture garden in New York that features a number of his artworks. Cracked will be a kinetic sculpture featuring three nested Mobius strips. "One look will tell you why it has been known as "Cracked" nearly since its inception," explains Kevin. See Cracked develop on its own page.
He's also started work on a sound sculpture commission for a Minnesota center for people with Parkinson's. It will have three bells, each of which will have multiple tones. "It's also hand-struck," says Kevin. "Making 'large movements' is helpful therapy for people with Parkinson's," explains Kevin, "and this sound sculpture will make that musical." Watch this sound sculpture develop on its own page.
Kevin's kinetic fine art sculpture Roundabout is now in New York. "I hear it looks great next to Transference," says Kevin. See a video of the sculpture spinning on its own page.
Keep up with what Kevin's up to in the studio by visiting the Work in progress section of the Web site.
NEW IN VIDEO: "HOW TO DECIDE WHETHER TO USE YOUR MIG WELDER OR TIG WELDER "
In his latest video, Kevin tackles this perennial question: which welder to use when. Check it out!
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT FOR PIXELS
Kevin's latest newsletter is now available in the Newsletter section. You'll read exclusive news not available anywhere else - enjoy!
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