Sunday, September 9, 2018

It's been almost a year...

8th of September 2017 I was diagnosed with Stage ONE Lung Cancer:
ADENOCARCINOMA; it's a silent tumor which doesn't have "noticeable" symptoms, only a slight cough. 

It's a new year and I am ready for an amazing adventure to Grand Rapids Mi. for ArtPrize 10. I leave in the morning and will enjoy keeping a blog on all the excitement of this celebration of life
I will have my sculpture "the FEVER in the building of my choosing. B.O.B. Big Ol Building


Promo Postcard for ARTPRIZE 10

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Learning the Process; "How Bronze Sculptures are Cast"

I have been asked many times the process in creating bronze. The first sentence I ask is, "How much time do you have?" Sharing the process of creating a bronze sculpture takes more than five minutes, its lengthy and very fulfilling. I found this site in Oregon that is very detail and not too wordy. It also has a bunny as an example, something we can all relate to. I hope you find the site informative.
How Bronze sculptures are cast.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Forest & Ocean Art Gallery

Forest & Ocean in Laguna Beach California is located at 430 Ocean Ave. across the street from the Police station and down from the ever so famous Pageant of the Masters, Sawdust Festival. In the gallery you will find all my bronze sculptures. The "Fever" has just arrived after its showing at Sparks Gallery in San Diego.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

the Fever Exhibition

Sparks Gallery in San Diego has accepted "the Fever" into the exhibition "Edge of the Ocean". She will be on show Feburary 19 - May 21
Sparks Gallery San Diego

You can read my artist bio at:
Judy Salinsky Artist




Monday, September 5, 2016

Sneak Preview
29th of August brought much excitement, the beginning of the Patina process. Adding a mixture of different chemicals creates the tint on the medal. It' applied with a brush in a "Dibby Dab" technique which my oil painter instructor would not approve. The reason; the artist holds a torch in one hand applying heat to the medal. The other hand is applying the chemicals, within seconds the tint shows up along with the marks of the brush. One wants the tint to appear like airbrush or whatever technique they choose. With a smooth surface, I chose blended appearance.