Panel making

Now that the wood-shop is almost complete I’m able to produce materials with far more ease than before. I dare say that I can make almost any size of panel my imagination leads me to at this point, although scale and storage may be an issue. I started work on the panels for the Indian lady dream pieces – remember those? All the pieces are cut and the first one is drying, being glued and clamped. I need to buy a lot more corner clamps to make this practical for the students use.

I’m beginning to feel the arrival of the Brand show upon me, so I will spend a little time preparing paintings for their journey and pulling pieces of the Cabinet installation from storage.

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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