This weekend, I held my first New York City gallery opening! Five of my sculptures are on display in the show "The plasticity of clay; the rigidity of plastic", which showcases the differences and similarities between sculptures made with LEGO bricks versus traditional mediums like clay, stone, or bronze.
Sean you must stop by this: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/270422
it's one out of 4 MOCpages devoted to you!
I am still writting commentary! I am using humor as well! Let me know if you like this one.
I included plenty of links!
This is really the place for your work, Sean. Maybe as an artist and a Lego enthusiast I'm biased, but I hope the public's response to the exhibition is positive (and lucritive, too!). You've taken the toy, and for some time now, turned it into a true artistic medium that is as relevant as any medium I've seen (and perhaps more than some!) in the galleries. I hope to see many more shows with your work featured!
amazing work i love the MONSTER bike in all the little custom built cars mind looking at this http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/269365 and i was wondering are you going to be at the lego kids fest in pittsburgh on june 17-19 if you are i look forward to meeting you
This is very interseting. If I had to give this moc a meaning... I'm guessing the maeaning of this build involves saving the Planet or going green. The color of the bike is neon green which could represent a cleaner and healthier planet, not relying on fossil fuels. The oversized bike represents how Bikes dominate cars at the fuel pumps. The Black cars represent the Smog and chaos of driving a car. The chaos part would be associated how the prices of gas change, usually going up in price upsetting most people. Extremely well build. Maybe I hit the money maybe I didn't but this is what comes to mind when I first saw this piece.