Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The Daily News

I want to thank all of you for visiting my blog and being a part of my ongoing 30 Artists/30 Days online project. 


A big thanks as well to all the contributing artists. Keep visiting as there are still 9 days of artist profiles and as many chances to win a copy of my book The Mixed-Media Artist


If you have missed any of the posts, you can click this link to see every one. There is so much talent out there and I feel so fortunate to be able to share these artists with you via 30/30 and on the pages of the book. 
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For you NYC locals, I will be holding a book signing at The Ink Pad on 11/15 from 5-7:30pm. Save the date if you are able to make it. And look for info soon on other live and online events to celebrate the release of The Mixed-Media Artist!
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I am so very excited to be an exhibiting artist at the Contemporary Art Fair NYC




The fair takes place this weekend, from 10/25 to 10/27, at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC. It is being held in conjunction with the American Fine Craft Show, so there will no doubt be a lot to see. I will be showing 17 new pieces, all of which are highly dimensional. I will be posting shots of all the work and pictures from the exhibition sometime after the weekend. For now, here are images of a few of the pieces and detail shots of some others. Hope you locals can stop in!







25 comments:

Angie said...

Oh my goodness, how I LOVE the top one!!! (I love them all but that one is stunning.)

MegWeaves said...

Love love love these pieces - so almost-steam-punk and yet not overly so.

Ruth L said...

Wow they look amazing... I wish I could come along!

Jo Murray said...

Congratulations on being in the Fair!...of course it was inevitable you'd be picked. If I had to choose a favourite piece...I'm a sucker for anything with hands in it.

Nan G said...

Congrats on the show. Fab pieces! So would love to see these IRL.!

Peg Englishman said...

have a wonderful time this weekend Seth! can't wait to see more pictures of the exhibition :)

Karenliz said...

Amazing pieces as always. This year I can actually attend this Fair. I'm so excited. I can't wait to see all your pieces.

Laura Strack said...

Congrats and Cheers to a successful show! Wish I could see the exhibit. These are all fabulous.

Stephanie Rodgers said...

Gonna have to see what I can work out to get to the Javits Center this weekend. Hope to see you there!

Chris said...

Wish I could be there. Really happy for you Seth!

Mickie said...

They are all fabulous Seth! Congrats!

kathievezzani.com said...

Great pieces, Seth.

Barbara Mason said...

Here is my raised wine glass to a very successful show! Love the work.

Pd Packard said...

Beautiful, as always!
17 new pieces - dang, you've been really working your tail-bone off!

Barbara I. said...
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Barbara I. said...

Wow! Congrats, Seth. I wish I could attend to see your pieces in person. Hope all goes well! All the best, Barbara

angi eharis said...

i looove these pieces, i think i am drooling over all of them, i wish i was in NY! my aloha is sent to u with lotsa good hawaiian karma! aloha, angi in hana

Sarah Anderson said...

I'm joining this blog hop late, nearly the end of October, but actually it's a real treat scrolling through all these amazing pieces of work

Parabolic Muse said...

Just Wonderful!
Lucky Locals!

Hester said...

Great pieces!

ArtPropelled said...

Gorgeous tactile, grungy, delicious work Seth!

AJ said...

these are all so very cool Seth- I still want to learn how you do the encaustic wax stuff! please come here and teach!!! :)

Jorin said...

I love rusty artwork.

Christine Kiehl said...

Very cool artwork. IT's been a fun 30 days!

alteredbits said...

loveloveLOVE these pieces, seth! someday i'm going to see more of your work in person and i'm going to be soooooo giddy with bliss on that day. i saw some of your photos of the exhibition on FB and all i can say is wow, loveloveLOVE! i adore all of these pieces (especially the hand, the charlotte and the man that is second to last).