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 […]
A rather substantive portion of Elliott Earls recent work entails translating three-dimensional computer based forms into material. This process involves hand carving, CNC and 3D printing.
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 […]
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.
$3500.00 each Super Anti-Zero 12 is now available through www.minislimited.com. Each object is precision CNC machined from a solid block of ebonized Aspen. This object is limited to an edition of 10 signed and numbered copies. Available at www.minislimited.com
Prior to the exhibition ComicRelief at WassermanProjects, I spent a lot of time considering methods to extend graphic language into three dimensional objects. I think my work compositionally, has been marked by a simple binary. One portion of my work has relied on an almost baroque compositional sensibility, while the other has been simple. This is a very long way […]
I’ve been developing a body of work that extends my graphic language into low relief objects. This 18 x 24 x 2.25″ ebonized Apsen panel is the latest example. Note the inclusion of the cyclops head from my Elegy for the Collapse of the Empireinstallation.
One of many projects currently underway in the studio is an identity system for the Earls summer studio on Lake Leelanau. This large cedar sign is one of the elements of this system.