One of the things I often hear about my 3D-printed sculpture at events is, “Can you put a light in it?”
The answer is “Yes” ….
There’s nothing like interacting with the public to get a snapshot of how 3D printing is perceived. I got a big dose of that perspective at the 2022 Sculpture Tucson Festival March 18 – 20. It was a smashing success,...Read More
Artist Kevin Caron just submitted 2 lighted 3D-printed sculptures to an art show called Luminous ….Read More
The more I work with 3D printing (and, well, anything I do), the more questions bubble to the surface …. Can I make the material do this? What if I do that? Do I really need to …. A lot of times, things work out. For instance, I did a couple of […]Read More
Even though I have an 8-foot-tall 3D printer that will print up to 4 feet tall, there are times I’d like to make something bigger. I have done that, as evidenced in the 5-1/2 foot tall sculpture Epic Swoon (below), which was commissioned by PriceCooperswaterhouse in Columbus, Ohio. That sculpture, the tallest 3D-printed piece I’ve […]Read More