Here are five things you need to know before we blow more art up this week:
1. Commission works are on tap this week. (See the test above.) The Blast Factory presently has six commissions in the pipeline. Or should we say blast line? The weather needs to get better. We have some new fuse on the way here and plenty of gunpowder.
2. Will walnut stain and gunpowder mix? We will see. It's flammable and that is a good start.
3. An interview is scheduled at The Blast Factory with WPR on Wednesday afternoon. It should be a blast. Renee says I'm talking all the time. I hope I say something useful or interesting.
4. Gunpowder and Whiskey - the Waypoint exhibition ends this week. We expect to take down the art on Thursday. The people at Waypoint have been so supportive and great. The show was fantastic. I hope the next artist finds similar results.
5. Renee and I are going to the Edgewood College Gallery on Friday evening for the opening of Eric Baillies and Laurel Leuders: Contemporary Photography show. Their work looks pretty cool. We are scheduled to meet the gallery director and few Art Department professors at the same time. Join us for the show or maybe a beer at The Mason after.
Anyway, that's all the stuff for this week!
But wait, we have NCAA tonight, Vote tomorrow (it matters), and Masters late this week.
Bang! Bang! Bang!
Have a great week.
Stick Vega is the American Gunpowder Artist, former CEO, and author of LESS KILLING. Stick currently lives and creates explosive pop art at The Blast Factory in Madison, Wisconsin. Not limited to one medium, he works in gunpowder drawings and paintings, photography, digital art and writing. Follow Stick on Facebook and/orTwitter.