NEWS FROM ARTIST KEVIN CARON
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SPECIAL EVENT CELEBRATES 3D PRINTING AT ASU
Kevin has been asked to bring some of his work and participate in the official launch of Arizona State University's Grant Street Studio 3DVP (3D visualization and prototyping) Lab on Friday, April 20. "I've really enjoyed working with Dan Collins and Andrew Noble at ASU," says Kevin. "It's an honor to help them launch this exciting initiative."
The launch begins at 7 p.m. at the Grant Street Studios in downtown Phoenix. The public is welcome, so we hope to see you there. Click here for a map.
BACK-TO-BACK EVENTS ECHO 'TWO WORLDS' SHOW
It wasn't planned, but two events in the last week in some ways echoed Kevin's November 2016 show "Two Worlds."
On Sunday, April 2, he had an Open Studio at his metalworking studio. "We had a nice crowd," he says. "I loved seeing attendees interacting with each other, and of course, there was some welding, too!"
The next evening (left), he held a session for the Arizona Artists Guild Sculpture Group about 3D printing at this home. "Other artists ask great questions about the process," Kevin observes. Read more about this event in Kevin's latest 3D-printing blog post.
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!"
WHAT'S NEW IN 3D PRINTING: "HOW MUCH WOULD IT COST TO 3D PRINT THESE WORLD-FAMOUS LANDMARKS?"
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."
This fun infographic by Stuart Deavall lets your imagination run wild .... Check it out.
NEW IN THE STUDIO
See the official photographs of WaterHarp, Kevin's latest water sculpture, including a close up of the light, which has been a huge hit. Meanwhile, Simple Planes has just gotten its finish - check out its official photo on its own page.
Now under way is a new sculpture, Transference, which just got its title. "The title conveys the dynamic nature of the form beautifully," observes Kevin. Based on the single-sided, three-dimensional form called a Klein bottle, the stainless steel sculpture (below, right) is now standing on its own. This commission is headed to a New York garden. Watch it develop on its own page.
Meanwhile, Kevin just took the replacement for one of his older and most beloved water sculptures, Dripping Springs, to the powder coater. "They are having a special event, so I'm racing a deadline," Kevin says. "It looks like I'm going to make it."
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: "A TOUR OF MY METALWORKING STUDIO, PART 1"
In his latest video, Kevin begins a series on his what's in his studio. "A lot of people have asked for our tour," Kevin says. "Now they can have one without having to come to Arizona!" 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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