EyeOrbs are my new and exciting body of work. Feel free to take a look, and enjoy!
Hoosier Salon’s 89th Annual Exhibition August 13th- September 28, 2013 at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center. 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
My latest work “Happiness” can be seen in the show this year. It is a 34 inch tall cherry wood carving. My son is aware that the sculpture could receive an award once judged. Win or lose, he made my day by creating his own award design and surprised me with this drawing. He said, “This is for you daddy, I know your art piece will win.” Now this is confidence and support that I can use!
Hats off to all the artist who continue to create, persevere, and enjoy perfecting their craft. – Pat Mack
I was inspired to create this artwork after experimenting with aluminum poles in a variety of concepts. One design morphed into this star looking shape that I created a center core structure that balanced all the extensions, with three pointing down and four going up. Creating this star shape reminded me of songs from my childhood and lullabies I sang to my own son. I thought that if I could make this design it would be exciting to have our very own star to touch. It was fun putting all the parts together and watching the sculpture become realized.
12′x12′x12′, 90% recycled aluminum, treated wood, 2013, $30,000.