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Three dimensional objects made by Elliott Earls
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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 precision machined, hand-painted sculpture is produced in an edition of 3 signed and numbered copies. Measuring 4.2″(wide) x 5.1″ (high) x 1.4″ (deep), this sculpture has a very organic feel and a substantial weight for an object its’ size. This mini sculpture was produced by the artist Elliott Earls in advance of his […]
This untitled sculpture by Elliott Earls is now available through minislimited. This piece was inspired by the architectural ornament embedded in the facades at the Cranbrook Educational Community. This piece is precision machined in the studio of Elliott Earls and was released in an edition of 10 signed and numbered copies. This sculpture measures 4.25w […]
A close look at the machining of one of Elliott Earls’ limited edition objects provides the background for a discussion of how critical theory relates to practice. In this episode Elliott provides a suggestion for helping you move your studio practice to a more contemporary space. This episode also features Joshua Ray Stephens as the Unholy […]
Episode 7 of “Studio Practice.” In this episode Elliott Earls offers suggestions on how to learn from the critique process, shows an example of integrating family into a studio practice, discusses the benefits of failure. This episode features break dancing (isolations) and Elliott’s talk at The Drawing Center in New York. Episode Notes: David Bohm […]
This piece was completed in May 2014 prior to a group show that I was part of at Wasserman Projects. The piece is machined from a single billet of HDU. The bronze triple-head is a variation of the cyclops theme that has recurred throughout my work for nearly 25 years. The letterforms are expoy […]
This chromed HDU sculpture was billet milled by Elliott Earls from a solid block of high density urethane foam in an edition of five. Each copy is signed and numbered by the artist. This piece was first exhibited at the Downtown Art Fair in Manhattan through Wasserman Projects. This piece is available through minislimited.
In 1999 I was awarded an Emerging Artist grant by the Wooster Group in Manhattan. I spent a week working with director Richard Kimmel and the Wooster Group’s production team before a weekend of shows. The video posted here is a super short time-lapse I recently found on an old hard drive of mine.