archive for April, 2010

Apr 19

Site Installations With Scattered Bits O’ Glass…

by Mike Miller
posted in Artisan-Applied Finishes, Artist Associates, Concept Develoment & Design, Consulting Services, Graphics & Fine Art, Installations, Recycled Materials, Surfaces & Spaces, The Concretists
Site Installations With Scattered Bits O’ Glass…

The trip to Arizona, and spending time with Emily’s recent art, reminded me of site installations we’ve done together… Site installations which incorporated bits of colorful scattered broken glass, in a matrix of either Colormaker skims (overlays) and/or Sur-Tec epoxy.

Apr 11

A Trip To Arizona, Visiting Artist Associate

by Mike Miller
posted in Artist Associates, Graphics & Fine Art, Kindred Spirits
A Trip To Arizona, Visiting Artist Associate

A Trip To Arizona, Visiting Artist Associate, Emily McClintick And Other Concretist Friends

A final wrap up of my week-long trip to Arizona, for The Concrete Décor Show…

Apr 07

Agave Library, Phoenix, AZ – The Inside

by Mike Miller
posted in Artisan-Applied Finishes, Concept Develoment & Design, Graphics & Fine Art, Kindred Spirits, Sensory Concrete
Agave Library, Phoenix, AZ – The Inside

AGAVE LIBRARY, PHOENIX, AZ by architect, Will Bruder + Partners

THE INSIDE

More AGAVE LIBRARY… There’s a lot of sensory concrete here to love. I’m not sure if Will Bruder was aware of or thoughtful about this as he envisioned it, or whether a lot of this was just a lucky accident, but, either way, it’s really cool!

Apr 06

Bubbles, Balloons and Broken Glass: Concrete Ideas from Outside the Box

by Mike Miller
posted in Media
Bubbles, Balloons and Broken Glass: Concrete Ideas from Outside the Box

April 2010 Vol. 10 No. 3

Scenario A: Dropped balloons of pigmented overlay burst on a concrete slab for a market.

Scenario B: Vertical concrete is cast against a broken tempered glass “form-liner.”

Scenario C: Blown bubbles of dyed soapy water drift and land on a bedroom floor.