In this Episode we’re going to take a look at the problems and the promise of one of the most common strategies in the Artists Studio – Material Transformation. Material Transformation is the process by which an artist attempts to transform and compel perception through the translation of an object from an expected material into […]
Who doesn’t love Bloopers? The Saranay Motel is/was Elliott Earls quixotic and ill-fated feature length digital film. Episode 32 of Studio Practice is a quick “blooper” reel from the film.
🍀🍀🍀 In this episode Elliott Earls describes the design, prototyping and fabrication of two robotic, pneumatic drum kits. The kits were hung off the stage at Music Hall Detroit during Elliott Earls Bull and Wounded Horse Show. The drum kits were synchronized to live drummer Michael Paradise. Benjamin Teague on Mandolin and Dave Staub on […]
Can understanding how synthesizers like the Minimoog and Nordlead shape sound help distinguish between “good” and “bad” in contemporary art? The “Earls ADSR Synthesis Model For The Evaluation of Works of Visual Art” is a tool to help the studio artist critically assess works of visual art. Issues of value and quality are notoriously problematic […]
❌🏹❌ This geezer has an incredible Weezy style flow. Who did it first? Did Young Tunechi bite this square? ❌🏹❌
Street Art and Graffiti are hot! In this episode Elliott Earls travels to Los Angeles to advance his career, become a street artist and do the graffiti.
Good Weather is an artist run contemporary art space in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Founder and Curator is Haynes Riley. In this episode as Elliott Earls prepares for his exhibit at Good Weather, we take a close look at this unique space. We examine how family, suburbia and southern living contribute to a truly […]
In this episode Elliott Earls takes a look at the artist and designers “other 40 hours’. Also in this episode he shows his technique for producing a prepartory drawing (for a painting) with a combination of graphite and ipad painting.
I try to use Instagram on a daily basis to document lien the studio. In my opinion it’s the most direct and dynamic way to follow my studio. At the bottom of this page is the obligatory “follow me on Instagram” button. Follow me on Instagram…