Gordy is the newest member of the Botaniumus Community. Since he is an Artist, and an Arts Journalist, he is the one that will be conducting our Artist Series Interviews. We hope to start this very soon and to continue through the winter and beyond. We are still looking for a clever name! Email Gordy all your cool ideas at Gordy@gmail.com.
Gordy enjoys creating all types of art and places no limits on himself. Naturally, his bend is for ECO art, he loves to recreate and make “Objects D’Art” while keeping all his materials as green as possible. To that end, he now only shoots digital when he has a camera in hand, the chemicals of traditional film and processing is not something he wants to contribute to the world. His sculptures tend to be from “found or recycled materials, and he uses recycled paper for all his 2D work. He has been known to dance when the mood strikes, and “create for fun” when inspiration strikes! He also works as the Arts Journalist for the Local Paper of Botaniumus called Twine, Twigs Figura and News, or commonly called TTFN. (It’s ok to smile if you are a Tigger fan!)
Gordy is made from Gourds, Palm Tree Trunk, mixed floral and even a bit of a live Key West Iguana!
Since Gordy’s body and head are made of Gourds he has also become our Thanksgiving Card, he is the 7th in the series of our Eco Holiday Cards. (see below)
Hope to see you at Garden City Whole Foods tomorrow!
Wikipedia: “A sketch “done extempore” is a rapidly executed freehand drawing that is not intended as a finished work. A sketch may serve a number of purpose: it might record something that the artist sees, it might record or develop an idea for later use or it might be used as a quick way of graphically demonstrating an image, idea or principal. Sketching is generally a prescribed part of the studies of art students.”
The sketches of some individual artists have become very well-known, including those of Leonardo da Vinci which have become art objects in their own right, with many pages showing finished studies as well as sketches.
The term “sketchbook” usually means a book of plank paper on which an artist can, (or has already) drawn sketches. Does anyone have a Doodlebook? My sketches seem more like doodles…. but, if a sketch is as stated above ( rapidly executed freehand drawing that is not intended as a finished work. ) then these are sketches? I am no Leonardo but I share anyways! Take the poll below and vote for Sketch or Doodle.