Thurs, April 22, 2021
7 – 8 PM Eastern Time
”I’m a storyteller and my artwork acts as a vehicle through which my voice can be seen. As an artist, craftsman and writer, I want to engage and inform the viewer both visually and intellectually through the mediums and processes I employ. My personal philosophies and concerns manifest themselves as musings, stories or philosophical statements. My talk will cover how I go about doing this and the decision making process that goes into which creative process and medium is most appropriate for a given idea.”
Paul Andrew Wandless currently lives and has his studio in Chicago, IL. His sculptures and prints feature ceramic processes, printmaking methods and a wide variety of sculptural techniques and mediums. Clay, printmaking, stone carving, mold making, leather working, metalsmithing and wood carving are all mediums used in combination or individually for creation of his works. His clay work, prints and sculptures have been widely exhibited since 1995, including a recent solo exhibitions at the Ohr-O’keefe Museum of Art. His art works are published in 16 books and collected privately and publicly. His work is also part of Clay Art Center’s online exhibition Concepts In Clay, which can be seen here.
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