Another wee experiment with some stones and a camera tonight just thinking about recent geology on the move http://issuu.com/eoincox/docs/stones?viewMode=magazine&mode=embed Unfortunate that Japan gets hit by such earth forces. What would a haiku scribe write to accompany some of these images. I'm always in total awe of those carved stone balls that we very occasionally find in Scotland c 3,-5,000 years old. Pure sculpture, mathematical beauty, very Japanese. Make you own minds up as to what their function was / still is ?
Another in a new series of books that I'm pulling together. http://issuu.com/eoincox/docs/paperstonewood?viewMode=magazine&mode=embed It comes from working really closely with wood cell structures (in archaeology and timber technology) and rock thin sections (in geology) in the past. Then finding a way to paint this representationally. It's an interesting way to communicate the work. Have a look if you have time.
A new look at some of my older wood paintings from the ancestor series. http://issuu.com/eoincox/docs/gawn_aboot?viewMode=magazine&mode=embed Just a quiet wander through some images that come from real time or was it all a dwam ! Anyway have a look. I'd appreciate your comments.
Series on photographs of galeria taken whilst in Zaragoza last year. Amazing colours.
One of three new on line books of photography and paintings.
Alternative Funding Strategies For Arts Organisations Visiting Artist Studio
Wed 2 March, 6-8pm
IRONBRATZ, Market Gallery and Trongate 103 invite you to discuss alternative funding strategies for arts organisations.
In these uncertain economic times, it becomes more important than ever to develop a supportive community that is strengthened by adapting to the new financial (and other) parameters which are forming. We hope that by initiating this community we can begin a discourse that helps arts organsiations to create new strategies that enable us all to flourish.