Posts from the ‘Bill Brady’ Category
Bill Brady juried into the Erie, Pennsylvania Art Museum’s annual Spring Show by guest juror Jo Farb Hernandez
Some more of Bill’s new pieces:
Bill’s living room May 2015:
Bill is finishing-up his winter/spring “sculpting season” (one final sculpture in-progress) and will soon be cutting down a new load of firewood for the winter. The all-glass enclosure around his sculpture studio gets too hot in the summers, and instead he works in the pole barn on his handmade single-engine airplane.
We took some quick pictures of recent sculptures in the living room window, and then continued our on-going video documentation while Bill worked on his final sculpture of the season. All of Bill’s sculptures are made from flat sheets of metal that he cuts, hammers, and welds into balls, circles, cones, and other shapes.
Bill’s work is currently on display in “The Art of the Machine” at Kelly Run Gallery in Cambridge Springs, PA.
above: some sculptures on the dining room table Bill Brady’s dedicated pages
below: recent sculptures from 2013, 2014
Several of Bill Brady’s new sculptures hanging in his step-mother Kathy’s livingroom.
Bill and I did some video of him working on a new piece in his skylit bus studio, and some copy shots of some early sculptures in the livingroom window:
|“McEnroe” ca 1980’s||(one of the first sculptures) ca 1970’s|
|“Golden Girl” ca 1970’s||“Walking the Dog” ca 1970’s|
Tom used surplus military parachutes of Bill’s (that were used for dropping heavy machinery such as tanks) to divide up the raw industrial exhibition space. Seven of my portraits of Bill were included in the show.
|Cheryl, Willie Jordan and Fred at the opening|