Sunday, September 14, 2008

Pete Goldlust - Carved Crayons


Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts graduate, Pete Goldlust, delights us with these carved crayon mini-sculptures. Goldlust is a talented multi artist who also makes whimsical sculptures of creatures, relief panels and prints , wall drawings and installations.






Goldlust's other work explores a sculptural landscape where human urges (libidinous, predatory and monstrous) are acted out by half-recognizable, otherworldly surrogate creatures.

Goldlust creates a reflection of his interest in mutated, hybrid forms, and the disjunctive psychological states that they represent. These themes use a variety of media and studio techniques.







Digital imaging, industrial manufacturing processes, and children’s arts-and-crafts materials, are the key to Pete creative strategies. Since 2005, he has worked with painter Julie Hughes to create collaborative mixed media installations.




Goldlust is represented by McClean Fine Art in Pasadena, California.




1 comment:

Stacy Zimmerman said...

Alex and I both really enjoyed your entry on Pete Goldlust. Simply unbelievable! Love, S.

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