(October 1st, 2015 – Me on my first day.) Over the past 6 months, I have been living and working in Navasota, Texas. I have learned a lot about small town living, Texas, America, and myself. For my final blog … Continue reading
Up now in the Horlock House Art Galleries are 3 light installations in the minimal style I really enjoy. The first room is the pale light blue, almost white, of electrified argon gas in clear glass. The second room is … Continue reading
The Horlock House Art Galleries will be open BY APPOINTMENT Monday 2/22 – Saturday 3/12. Please call or text Scotty at 312.731.1550 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a visit. I will be up the street working at 111 Railroad … Continue reading
During my time in Navasota I have been working on combining LEDs more directly with neon/argon. Inspired by the complex layers of the Texas sky, these hybrid lights are both more contemporary and very beautiful. Right now I am blacking out … Continue reading
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Garage studies continue.
Today we hosted students from Webb Elementary for an art field trip! SUPER AWESOME. I blacked out the Best Museum and made a neon & LED light installation for them, Drea and the kids made sun prints together, and Steve … Continue reading
Happy Holidays From Drea, Scotty, & Steve! Join us for our Holiday Art Party at the Horlock House this Saturday (12/12) 3-6pm. We are excited to be part of Navasota’s Home For The Holidays festivities, and look forward to seeing all our friends and meeting new people 🙂 There will be food and drinks and activities to go with all the new artwork up in the house, Santa will be stopping by from 3-4, and we will be giving away some art. Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there before the parade!
What do I do when I stay up all night? Besides binge watch shows about vampires and superheroes on Netflix, that is. Well last night I took nearly 400 photos of the lights in Navasota. Armed with my camera, I put … Continue reading
What does it take for me to get an image for Instagram? I will tell you what I did to select the image I just posted to @scottygorham. First I took about 50 images with my Canon 70D on different camera … Continue reading