Award-winning hand-built abstract, modern and contemporary art and sculpture by Steven Gootgeld
"Steven Gootgeld is the rare artist for whom creative block has no influence, just opportunity. The celebrated sculptor is adept at finding meaning within the insignificant as he pushes the boundaries of creativity, exploring new avenues of expression with an enthusiasm that is remarkable in its breadth"...read more
This month's featured sculpture:
"Eager For Light"
11.5"h x 12.5"w x 3.5"d, hand-built ceramic
Meticulously built by hand and fired three times to achieve Steve's layered glaze effects. This sculpture is finished in deep rich black, an earth-tone matte and green glazes. This piece is inspired by one's personal growth to break out of the box and expand into new ideas, represented by the green seedlings reaching for light.
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Teen Art Exploration: Film-Making with Steve Gootgeld
Monday, June 16 - Tuesday, July 1, 2014 - 10am - noon Monday & Tuesday for 3 weeks
The Harwood Museum of Art's Education and Public Programs will offer a film-making workshop in June 2014 for teens aged 13-19. The focus will be on making films with smart phones. Students must have access to a smart phone or video camera and be familiar with basic computer skills. The program will run for three weeks, 2 days a week. Story-boarding, composition, lighting and basic editing will be taught. Student films will be shown at a reception July 8, 5-7pm in the Arthur Bell Auditorium. The films the students create will be shown at the 2015 Taos Shortz Film Festival.
Steve co-founded Promo Hobo FreeheART project. They created massive scale art installations using abaondoned buildings in the Taos area as their canvas. The mission was to offer free art for the taking. The movement gained widespread attention and support. Steve's documentary won "People's Choice" at the Taos Shortz Film Fest in March 2013. Promo Hobo FreeheART created an 800 square foot indoor installation for the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, on the Curator's Wall, exhibited Summer of 2013.
Steve's work is represented by these fine galleries:
Copper Moon Gallery is now showing my iconic animal sculpture, located at 105 Kit Carson Road, Taos, New Mexico. 575-758-8833.
Dayle Dunn Gallery in Half Moon Bay, California is showing my iconic animals and abstracts. 207 Dolores Street, 650-726-7667.
Steve's art and sculpture is created by hand, using no molds. Most of his modern, contemporary and abstract pieces are fired up to five times in his wind powered digital kiln in order to acheive depth to the glazed finishes. Some of his sculpture utilizes post fired finishing processes.
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PERSONAL MYTHOLOGY: THE CERAMIC ARCHETYPE - an art experience for groups or individuals. Contact Steve for details.
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