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AN ARCHIVE OF MY OLDER WORK - AN EXHIBITION SPACE FOR ORIGINAL AND ALTERNATE VERSIONS OF MANIPULATED WORKS THAT APPEAR AT MICKMATHERSARTBLOG - A PARKING PLACE FOR SELECTED GRAPHICS USED IN OTHER BLOG SIDEBARS - AN ARTWORK IN AND OF ITSELF

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In its short-sightedness, blogger has turned its back on those of us stuck with old operating systems and I'm forced to find a new blog host. You will now find MickMathersARTblog at Blog.com - use the direct link found in the masthead and remember to update your bookmarks. This place will continue as another archive for a large body of my work. As many of you know, my primary medium and working method is digital collage composed of manipulated photographs often combined with digital drawing & generative images. Netlabels, bands and musicians can view samples of my CD Cover Art at Mick Mather Illustration located on Tumblr. In another life I was an Arts & Culture consultant specializing in revitalization planning through creative public art projects and programs with Economic & Community Development Departments of towns, villages and cities. In these hard financial times this work is more important than ever and I still accept consultancy inquiries. You can contact me by email at: mickmather@yahoo.com

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Land Art Project -

"Kings Court Cube - In Progress, Day One"
land art sculpture by Mick Mather
I'll post the finished work at MICKMATHERSARTBLOG of course, but the work record during construction of the cube will be documented here. For a peek at the digital study that inspired this public artwork, have a peek here.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Lisa Sarsfield said...

Aaargh! Where have I been??
This is all kinds of nest wonderful:) I am going over to the other blog to check out the finished cube.

Kings Court Cube, that sounds soooo romantic!

6:13 PM  
Blogger Mick said...

lisa sarsfield:
LOL - well, you're only one woman, Lisa! I'm delighted that you finally tripped over this project and that you've enjoyed it so much. I have to admit that the twenty-odd hours - over a mostly consecutive period of five days - spent working on this have been a most wonderful use of my time and the local, natural environment. By the bye, it's VERY romantic here.

7:25 PM  

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