Think Small

First, a big thank you to all the Project Neon donors. And if you haven’t donated yet, get on over to Kickstarter—you don’t want to miss out on these great rewards.  The Kickstarter campaign ends May 30th, so what are you waiting for?

Shortly after the Project Neon Kickstarter campaign ends, a really cool show opens at the Museum of Arts and Design. It’s called Otherworldly: Optical Delusions and Small Realities, and it features some cool stuff, including the work of an artist whose sculptures I’ve long wanted to see in person: Alan Wolfson. His work is meticulously detailed and each sculpture does an amazing job of capturing the essence of a slice (time- and space-wise) of New York, though he does take a few artistic liberties with details. I think this show may only have one piece of his (Canal St. Cross-Section, shown below), but one is better than none, so I’m definitely going to go check it out. I wish I could make models one tenth this good. And the other stuff in the show looks pretty intersting, too. I’m a little worried that four themes are three too many for a show like this, but I’ll report back. See you there?



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