MOS opens two show rooms at Bon Air Center in Greenbrae from April 22nd — about 250 works by local artists — one is my sculpture, “Future Back.” It’s redwood, nearly six feet tall (at left).
So, how did I choose to show this piece there? And what about all my other carvings and constructions? — this is the first time to open-up my #sculpture studio in Kentfield to MOS — it makes me feel like James Ensor, surrounded by his studio full of masks, each saying, “Pick me, Pick ME, PICK ME!”
Marin Open Studios (MOS) is an annual, free, self-guided art tour in Marin County that takes place the first two weekends in May.
Most of what you see on the studio tour can be bought; so, how does the artist choose which to offer for sale and which to keep back? (Just not ready to let go).
Well, it seems to me you need to offer at least one piece that somebody else might want. So, take a hard look at the images in the studio — are there any here that somebody else might want ? Hmm. An unknown, unknown.
Perhaps, pick one with a story to go with it. Like “Future Back” (read more).