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Two Days in November

 

So, it’s been a while. My iPhone ran out of memory today. Therefore, I imported all my photos and videos from the last year or so to my lappy. In doing so I came across a series of photos documenting the fabrication of a #supbrooch. It failed acceptance. Nonetheless, here’s how I spent two days in November:

 

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For Your Neck

New work for your neck added to small works:

…and one that’s not for your neck.


Going to BSU

Was invited to visit Ball State University to help christen the ULS 4.60 that’s new to their metals studio. Excited to see what we come up with!
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Distinguished Artist Alumni Award

Exploring themes of education, elevation and light, the commemorative design for the 2012 Distinguished Artist Alumni celebrates the outstanding achievements of honored Alumni: Fletcher Benton (’55 – Artist/Sculptor), Jim Clemes (’80 – Architect), Robert Honeysucker (’71 – Vocal Artist), Klara Zieglerova (’92 – Scenic Designer). Designed and fabricated in fine silver by Miami University Visiting Assistant Professor, Geoff Riggle, this commemorative design features an elevated lamp that houses a four-sided faceted brick (authentically created from those found on the Miami’s Oxford Campus) as well as an internally illuminated medallion highlighting the disciplines of study of those honored.
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On The In-Between: Stop Motion

Stop Motion Capture of my thesis exhibition installation (April 14-22, 2010). Soil is strategically placed on the floor of the gallery delineating a path the viewer must navigate/traverse to view the sculptural rings on display. I wrote a short Processing script to run on the iMac in the gallery.

On the In-Between: Stop Motion from geoff riggle on Vimeo.