Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: cubes

The Bare Beginnings: The Nave Residency Starts

Tonight I went over to the Nave Gallery on Powderhouse Blvd near Teele Square in Somerville to drop off some supplies for my new residency. Here’s a quick pic of the results: They look a little lost and forlorn, but never fear, great things will emerge. Among the contents are various sizes of wooden cubes,

Preview of Tile Rivers

December has been light in the blog, mostly because I’ve been really busy with other stuff, but I’ve been scraping away at some concepts that hadn’t really been active for a while. One such is building pixellated models of river basins out of wooden cubes, which, with all the other cube stuff going on, kinda

More Cube Pixel Prints: Four of Four

Before and after class at the Bow & Arrow on Saturday I started messing around with my cubes of wood again. This time I started playing with four groups of four blocks, set roughly in lines, and used some graphite ink I’d mixed earlier in the month. I’m really pleased with the silvery color of

Earlier Cube Printing, Finally Posted

While posting about the Random Grid prints I realized I’d neglected to actually post about the first round of grid prints, done with the smaller cubes I’d had lying around from a project from several years back. So! This one, “Pixel Gradient”, was the very first one I ran, a proof-of-concept using a blue-to-purple split