Sunday, December 19, 2010
What I am planning for this at the moment is to build the piece out of 15 smaller framed pieces and assembled on a wall to get the full impact, I think the finished composition will measure 90" x 96" when installed and will most likely be screen printed with color pencil line drawing over it.
Posted by Terrence Payne at 2:44 PM
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010
"FLOURISH" PANEL DISCUSSION:
Defining the Sublime with the artwork of Jennifer Davis, Erika Olson Gross, Terrence Payne, & Joseph Siness
Is there a line to be drawn between fine art and design? Is one inherently more valuable to our culture than the other? Does the world of fine art have any influence over how you view your world and the media you view it through? Join the artists of Flourish and the panel of experts they have invited in exploring the answers to these and many other questions regarding the roles of artists and designers in the wild west of modern media today.
Guest panelists for the evening are:
+ Burlesque of North America Founder MIKE DAVIS
+ MCAD Professor TOM GARRETT
+ Space150 Associate Creative Director JASON STRONG
+ bd'm Art Buyer KIM WITCZAK
Each of them will be sharing his or her professional expertise and unique insights on the show. MAEP coordinator Christopher Atkins will moderate the panel and open up the discussion to the audience. Feel free to jump into conversation and bring along your questions!
Fine Art & Design: Panel Discussion
Thursday, December 16, 7-8:30p.m.
MAEP Galleries, Minneapolis Institute of Arts
FREE & open to the public
facebook event page: http://goo.gl/1JZLe
The discussion will be followed by an informal reception with the artists and panel members in the galleries and many other fun things to see and do throughout the museum in conjunction with the MIAs Free "Third Thursdays".
This should be a lot of fun and a good chance to mix it up with the artists and pros at the show.
We hope to see you there!
Posted by Terrence Payne at 2:52 PM
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
Saturday, August 21, 2010
for this show I am playing with the idea of having several groupings of drawings that relate to one another but also stand well enough alone. it's going to be all about relationships and their different forms I suppose.
Posted by Terrence Payne at 9:03 AM