Posts Tagged ‘Lawrence Kansas

10
Dec
11

Quality Carved Wearable Wood Sculptures and More for Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, I wanted to take a moment to remind you (or let you know for the first time) that I have produced and can custom produce wearable wood sculptures and counter wood sculptures for you,your loved one (or at least someone you really like).

Below are some examples of these works that I have made. If the item is sold, I have noted it as such. If you would prefer a custom shape or design let me know as soon as possible, so I can get them made in time for Christmas.

Wearable Spalted Maple Sculpture by Darin White 3.5"H x 1.5"W x .5"D Strong Blackline SOLD

Wearable Spalted Maple Sculpture by Darin White 4"H x 1.25"W x .5"D Heavy Figured Blackline! Available
Wearable Spalted Maple Sculpture by Darin White 4″H x 1.25″W x .5″D Heavy Figured Blackline! Available

Some examples of work below. Some are for sale, others have sold.

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This is just a small sampling and also I can custom produce almost any shape required, so let me know what you want.  Pricing will be on a per price basis however the general pricing is below, and will depend on what type of clasp etc, however the general pricing which includes a leather chain or simple silver colored chain and USPS shipping to the 48 contiguous States (Hawaii and Alaska $4 more) send payment via PayPal to me email me or call me.

$70 Large (3.25″-4.5″H), $60 Medium (2″-3″H), $50 small (1″-1.75″Hs) Price includes a simple leather or basic chain. Additional chain options available. Production time will vary, ask before ordering if time sensitive. These pieces are hand carved by the sculptor in Lawrence, KS. To see examples of more work also view http://cargocollective.com/darinwhite

Pricing discounted for holidays! First order take $10 off each purchase of one, $20 off two, $30 off three.

Also for those of you wanting art for arts sake, or would just prefer a freestanding sculpture,
below is an example of a larger sculpture piece I carved recently. Commission me to make
a work for you, email me or call me.

Darin M. White sculpture “Two:One” Carved Spalted Maple, Cocobola Wood, Steel – Private Collection

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08
Mar
11

Invitation | The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways

The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.

Dates:
Tuesday, Mar 22, 2011 – Saturday, Apr 9, 2011
Receptions:
Tuesday, Mar 22, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Images:
The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.
“Research Drawing”, 2009 on Mylar by Linnea Gabriella Spransy
“Purity” (from the Foundation Series), 1996 – Cast Bronze, Fabricated Steel – 95.5″H Darin M. White – Photo by Aaron Paden

“She Traces Rainbows”, C-Print on Aluminum ©2011 Shannon White

http://havastudios.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/rex_hausmann_the-right-hat.jpg

“The Right Hat for Any Ocastion” ©2011 Rex Hausmann

The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.

Darin & Shannon White, Linnea Gabriella Spransy, Rex Hausmann

@ Hausmann Millworks as part of Contemporary Art Month 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6pm – 8.30pm

925 W Russell Place, San Antonio TX 78212

210.884.6390 | www.hausmannmillworks.com

A panel discussion format & art exhibition will be held at Hausmann Millworks regarding the subject of artistic involvement and integration into society as a whole. Four artists are speaking on their work, ideas on contemporary art making and marketing and their curatorial work both nationally and internationally. Their work will also be available for view at the exhibition coming from San Antonio TX, Lawrence, Kansas & Kansas City, Missouri.

The Artists/ Directors

Linnea Gabriella Spransy (Kansas City, MO)

Linnea is a painter and installation artist based out of Kansas City. Ms. Spransy helps run the contemporary art community Monarch Studios in Kansas City and holds an MFA from Yale University. She has exhibited work at Art Basel Miami as well as the SCOPE Art Fair and is part the The Drawing Center registry in New York City. She is represented by Byron Cohen in Kansas City.

http://www.linneagabriella.com

Darin & Shannon White (Lawrence, KS)

Darin and Shannon White are a husband and wife duo residing in Lawrence, Kansas.  Shannon is a painter and Darin is a sculptor. Both show nationally and internationally and have spoken around the country. Together they co founded and are directors of Beauty Art and Life Movement or b.a.l.m., a movement for encouraging, educating, providing opportunities, and supporting artists. In addition their interest is helping artists become sustainable, helping educate the public about the value of the arts, and creating a more beautiful life and culture.

www.beautyartandlifemovement.org/
http://www.shannonwhite.com
http://www.cargocollective.com/darinwhite

Rex Hausmann (San Antonio, TX)

Rex is a painter. He and his family run Hausmann Millworks: A Creative Community located in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from The Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007 with a degree in painting. Rex has shown nationally and internationally and is in the collections of The Smithsonian, The University of Texas at San Antonio as well as public and private collections throughout Europe and the US. He also took part in the 2009 Venice Biennale.

2005-2007 – www.rexhausmann.com

2008-2009 – www.texascannonsofproportion.com

2009- current – www.hausmannmillworks.com

26
Nov
10

balm Dry Bones Exhibition, curating, sculpture and press

As I mentioned previously, I have been curating a “Flash Space” at 739 Mass Street in Lawrence, KS.  This current show called b.a.l.m. Dry Bones which opened on Friday October, 29th and was going to run until around December, 23rd 2010, however we helped lease the space by coming in and setting up this temporary gallery and bringing in traffic and awareness, so the show ended early.  I haven’t included my work in any of these shows, but I had a piece I really wanted to produce for this show and thankfully was able to accomplish.  We had a very good turn out with around 750-1000 attendees estimated.  We sold a painting of one of the artists as well which was encouraging.


“Dry Bones|Bone Boat” ©2010 Darin M. White

The rathaus, a local art blog has been doing a great job of keeping up on local art news. Click on the logo to see the post for the b.a.l.m. Dry Bones show.  The Rathaus

Rex Hausmann who is an artist and director of the Hausmann Millworks came up to Lawrence with painter Duane Hilburn and they both had work in the balm Dry Bones show.  Rex Hausmann shown below with Ryan LaFerney in front of Hausman’s work and installation.

Here are some other shows that I curated for the 739 Mass St. Flash Space.  b.a.l.m. anthopoi exhibition which had a good news article written up.Below is an image from the show opening with my wife’s beautiful painting called “Transition”.


“Transition” ©2010 Shannon White

The first show curated was the b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent exhibition that had fabulous review called Seeing Through by Ryan LaFerney in Review Magazine.  The image below is from the opening with Shannon’s painting in the background and our friend Emily and her daughter at the right.


b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent Art Exhibit Shannon’s “Pregnant Promise” shown ©2010 Shannon White

During the hubbub of getting ready for the balm Dry Bones show we were asked along with some other local art collectives to produce a piece for Lawrence Magazine called Collective Creations.  There was a quick little video piece done as well about the theme Love in the Time of Beer Bellies … a Mass. St. Romance.  I have gotten to do a little radio lately for the promotion of the Downtown Lawrence Art Districts Final Friday’s on 1320 AM which has been a fun experience.  If you have a moment take some time to check out some other reviews and press on the balm site.

Keep a look out for my next post about wearable sculptures.

If you are interested in having me curate or jury an art exhibit, please contact me at
785.764.2216 or email here.

With thankfulness… Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

21
Aug
08

clouds are easy to love

I am going to have a piece shown in a local show called “clouds are easy to love” as well as a piece shannon produced on site, as i was tacking mine to the ceiling. the concept is to have the interpretation of clouds on the ceiling as the other artists work about clouds is shown in the rest of the space. A few people involved in b.a.l.m. are going to have work shown on the ceiling at the Alley Gallery a Percolator Project during the new show.

KT, (who ran the Lawrence Social Service League Store when Brian and I started Cheeseball Clothing Company and was instrumental in providing our recycled pants for the TRI-COLORED PASTA’s, TWO TONES with RACING STRIPES, and was a great encouragement) is going to have the rooftop space for her cloud installation. She is a very enthusiastic caring women who is very involved in the Lawrence community.


Opening Friday, August 22
7 to 10 p.m.
poetry by Peter Wright
music by Karl Ramberg
& more
food & drinks, art inside and out
:: be sure and look up ::
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“seen in a cloud” copyright 2008 Darin M. White
cast crayons, boxers, wax and corrugated paperboard 4″ x 6″
20
Oct
07

Healing for the Arts Show Opening Tonight 10/20/07

Shannon and I are in a show that is having its reception tonight at the Lawrence Art Center called Healing Through the Arts.  Please come to view the show from 5-7 pm tonight October 20th, 2007.  We are working on pieces surround the events of our son Caden and his battle with Nueroblastoma cancer.

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Healing Through the Arts IV: “Surviving and Thriving” Exhibition

Lawrence Arts Center
October 6-31, 2007
Reception, Saturday, October 20, 5-7 pm

Healing Through the Arts IV: “Surviving and Thriving” Exhibition –

Events:

  • Art Exhibition: October 5-31
  • Exhibition Reception: Saturday, October 20, 5:00-7:00pm
  • Workshops with Christie Dobson and Libby Schmanke

For more information: Lawrence Arts Center , 940 New Hampshire , Lawrence , KS 66044 Contact: Candi Baker or Mary Devlin at (785)843-2787 or lacdance@sunflower.com

Healing Through the Arts 2007: Surviving and Thriving, a Breast Cancer Prevention and Awareness Project, is underway at The Lawrence Arts Center this month. This year’s events include an Art Exhibition October 5-31 with a reception Saturday, October 20 from 5:00 – 7:00 (Note: this date and time is new and an update to previously announced date and time) and two workshops with community groups.

The exhibition is open to artists who are cancer survivors and artists interested in the connections between art and healing. The work is displayed in the Lawrence Arts Center’s lobby and main floor hallway. This year’s 27 artists come from Baldwin City, Lawrence, LeCompton, Ozawkie, and Topeka, Kansas, as well as, Lee Summit, Mo.

Works included are by Zak Barnes, Amy Bertrand, Carolyn Berry, Crystal Jo Cunningham, Ann Dean, Laura Dalrymple, Cindy Daniels, Erlene Flowers, D. W. Gates, Roxann Graber, Steven Graber, Doug Guess, Johanna Hanks, Dick Herpich , Debbie McGee, Brigid Murphy, George Paley, Joyce Schild, Libby Schmanke, Leonard Schneider, Tony Silvestri, Dawn Tallchief , Elinor Tourtellot, D White, Darin White , Shannon White , and Carolyn Young . Mediums include watercolor, oil, acrylic, digital images, fabric, collage, photography, ceramics and sculpture. Most works are accompanied by an artist statement discussing the work and usually the connection from their lives with healing. This powerful and moving exhibition will continue until October 31 with a reception October 20 from 5:00 -7:00pm honoring the artists.

Additionally, two encouraging and inspiring workshops are being presented to special community groups this month as part of Healing through the Arts. Christie Dobson, MA, in theater and drama therapy, will present Healing Circle through Drama therapy workshop to care-givers and survivors here at the Lawrence Arts Center . Libby Schmanke, MA, board-certified art therapist, state certified substance abuse counselor and owner of Art and Insight, a private art therapy practice, will present a workshop in Healing and Artmaking to Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support group. Inquiries about these workshops should be directed to Candi Baker, lacdance@sunflower.com.

Special Thanks this year goes to 100 Good Women and Women Speak for their generous donation in support of this project. “Thanks for making good things happen in our community and beyond.”

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