J.D. Capps’ Television Antenna. 13 inches wide by 16 feet tall. salvaged framing lumber, some of it from a demolished hotel in Marianna, FL. Photo to the left is of the actual antenna- a bicycle tire rim affixed to a galvanized pole.
Patterns. (clockwise) Plasma cut quilt pattern in steel, concentric width cuts in walnut, and an op-art piece made of mahogany, maple, and salvaged pine.
Giraffe. elements of artwork and furniture. Trying to make this concept work, sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t.
Anomie, Norm, et/ou peut-etre hier. experimental literature piece conceptualized to address the condition of anomie.
Lo-fi publicity artwork for 31st Parallel.
These are my contributions to a recent exhibition of friends’ work called 31st Parallel. The 31 N forms the state boundary between Alabama and Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana, Iran and Iraq, and actually crosses over the largest indoor waterpark in the world (Southern Japan).
The work contributed by everyone was great, and it was a fun one-night show at Wes Hardin’s Atelier Gallery. A huge thanks to Wes, his enthusiasm and helpfulness- and time away from his own work- all made this show that much better. Good art community down here in the Wiregrass.