Lucy Churchill describes how people’s needs are met in her stonecarvings. She takes the audience through how she became a stone carver and what goes into creating each unique sculpture.
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BY GERARD MOTONDI
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 20, 2015
Gerard Motondi walks us through his art. He was born and brought up in Kisii southwestern Kenya. He learnt stone carving from his grandparents through apprecentship program.
Holds a masters degree in sculpture specializing in public sculpture. He has represented Kenya in international sculpture symposium in China, Dubai, South Korea, India, Turkey, USA, Canada, Russia, Spain and Israel. His works are foung in public display and private collections in those countries.
Spirit in Stone
BY JOHN OSMOND
@ VOL 4
ON APR 22, 2015
John Osmond displays his incredible stone creations that worship the gods of Mexico whilst living and breathing their culture for decades. It is difficult to comprehend that one man designed and built these sculptures in one lifetime whilst embracing another culture.
Stone Sculpture as Educational Public Art
BY GERARD MOTONDI
As a young man growing up in Tabaka village of Kisii County, Gerald Motondi never envisaged that the common soapstone would carve his niche in the world of art. Motondi is actively participating teaching and sharing his love for stone curving and soap stone.
From Stone Age to Pwn Age
BY RANDY ROSE
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 10, 2018
What do anthropolgy and computers have in common? Apparently quite a lot when you throw humans into the mix. Randy Rose never imagined his passion to follow in the footsteps of Indiana Jones would lead him to having expertice in cybersecurity. Turns out us humans are still the same after all those millennia.
Kutleh: a new medium, a new stone block
BY RULA YAGHMOUR
@ VOL 2
ON SEP 01, 2018
Architect Rula Yaghmour speaks about her project Kutleh that repurposes the surplus from cladding tiles used in everyday construction to produce unique blocks of various forms and colors. Traces of time and stone could be beautifully seen in every design!
Less is More
BY ROBERT HOOKE
@ VOL 23
ON MAR 16, 2018
Robert Hooke, who sculpts in stone and bronze, has exhibited in the US, Europe, Australia, and South Africa. Robert served four years as an officer in the Navy, including a year in Vietnam where he was awarded the Bronze Star and Navy Commendation Medal. While working on Wall Street, he studied sculpture with Herbert Kallem at the School of Visual Arts. Robert’s business career took him to London in the mid-seventies, where he continued making sculpture and had his first show at the Alwyn Sculpture Gallery off Bond Street. He returned to the US in 2009 and made his way to Sag Harbor, where he continues to create. Art critic Eric Ernst said, “Hooke elicits secrets from his silent figures by understanding the obvious and emphasizing the inferred.” Robert’s work emphasizes stance, the body position assumed by instinct or purpose, while adhering to the famous quote of Miles Davis: “Creativity is not the notes you put in, but the notes you leave out”.