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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50 YEARS OF LIMONCELLO HEADED TO NEW YORK
Kevin's latest 3D-printed sculpture, the multipart piece
50 Years of Limoncello (below, left), has been accepted for the show "The HeART of Italy" in New York at the Italian-American Museum Gallery. Says Kevin: "What a perfect location for this show!"
NEW HOMES FOR CARUMBA! AND PERSISTENCE
What better place for a sculpture made of railroad spikes than the he leading railroad material supply company and services contractor in North America?
Omaha Track has purchased Persistence, one of Kevin's fine art spike sculptures. "This piece shares the struggle and reward of sticking with it," says Kevin. See Persistence on its own page.
Kevin's garden sculpture Carumba! also recently sold at Pearson & Company in Scottsdale, Arizona. "I've always really liked the simplicity and soaring height of this piece," he says.
WHAT'S NEW IN 3D PRINTING: "TRY, TRY AGAIN WITH 3D PRINTING"
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 mind never stops. In his latest post, he shares his latest design for a Farkle board. Check it out.
NEW IN THE STUDIO
With the water sculpture WaterHarp installed, Kevin has begun on two new commissions.
An 8-foot tall version of Simple Planes, which first appeared as a 3D-printed sculpture, is now getting its final shaping before its finish. Watch it develop on its own page.
Also now under way is an new, as-yet-untitled sculpture based on the Klein bottle (below right). "It's both exciting and headache-inducing to get this piece shaped," says Kevin. This stainless steel commission is headed to a New York garden.
Meanwhile, he is starting on the replacement for one of his older and most beloved water sculptures, Dripping Springs. "The original was commissioned 10 years ago," Kevin muses. "I'm looking forward to incorporating what I've learned since then in this new version."
He also is literally playing around with some aluminum. "I'm having fun following where this one goes," he says. Watch this as yet untitled sculpture develop on its own page.
NEW IN VIDEO: "HOW TO TEST YOUR WELDER BEFORE YOUR WARRANTY EXPIRES"
In his latest video, Kevin shares what to do when you first get your new welder to make sure you take advantage of your warranty, if needed. Check it out!
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