Archive for August 2014

Enrique Rueda Sculpts Sound

sound sculpture piece by Enrique Rueda

The space between art and music is filled by Sherry BonDurant, writer for The Artery I was immediately intrigued when I discovered the artist I was going to interview creates sound sculptures. I wasn’t familiar with them other than what I had seen on The Artery’s website. I learned about Enrique Rueda’s passion for sound sculptures as I sat down with him in his studio. Enrique constructs striking wood sculptures … Read More →

Jason Yi Installs Wonder at MMoCA

Jason Yi Installing a Piece at the MMoCA

I had the utmost pleasure of meeting and interviewing Jason S. Yi at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Jason has been installing an exhibition entitled A Fragile Permanence, and it’s quite an astonishing site. I have never had the experience of watching an exhibition unfold and wanted to capture it “behind the scenes.” Did you know that passersby are encouraged to not only peer through the museum’s State Street windows, … Read More →

The Sketchbook Project Drops by Madison

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by Sherry BonDurant, writer for The Artery Madison continues to strike it rich in the art department, because the Sketchbook Project is on the road and heading to Madison. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, August 20th from 4-8pm, at the Central Library, located at 201 W. Mifflin, will be hosting the traveling Sketchbook Project. Not familiar with this organization? If you are an artist, you should be and you can … Read More →

Wheelhouse Studios: a Public Playground for Artists

wheelhouse studios Madison

by Sherry BonDurant, writer for The Artery There is an exciting new “playground” for artists called Wheelhouse Studios. The studios are located in the lower level of the newly renovated west wing at the Memorial Union. I had the pleasure of attending a preview party, and the space is quite impressive. Wheelhouse is made up of three studios: 1)     A full ceramics studio for wheel throwing, hand building, sculpture, and … Read More →