There's no part in [a motorcycle], no shape in [a motorcycle], that is not out of someone's mind... a person who does machining or foundry work or forge work or welding sees "steel" as having no shape at all. Steel can be any shape you want if you are skilled enough, and any shape but the one … Continue reading What Defines Form?
Last weekend, I attended a private gathering of 40 of Port Moody's top artists. To help everyone get to know each other, we were given an activity. We were each given a list with everyone's name and we were to say "hi" to everyone else and share two words that represent an inspiration to us. … Continue reading Inspiration, in a Word
Artist Name: Kino Guérin Title: Why Knot Details: circa 2011 - Smoked Oak Plywood, 58" x 28" x 28" Why It's Notable: When I think of plywood, I think of flat sheets that are good for building cabinets. I might consider bending and laminating plywood to create a moderate curve for the top of a chest or … Continue reading Kino Guérin – Why Knot