- A strong desire to know or learn something.2. A strange or unusual object or fact…You know what it did to the cat. And now I’ve brought it out for you.“Cabinet & Curiosity” is an installation style piece inspired by the late H.P Lovecraft and his world of the twisted, tentacled, macabre. Installed inside a heavily distressed and “reborn” gothic style clock tower lives this horrid and rather enormous wriggling beast. It’s single, penetrating golden eye never loses it’s fixation, never blinks, and never ever stops shining. Atop the head of the beast are translucent pustules and tattered rudimentary wings and arm-like projections. The creature appears to be in a sort of recently disturbed repose, at first relaxing inside it’s age old and scratched to the bone cabinet home, only now beginning it’s slow creeping decent upon it’s new viewer.you have to see this one to believe it, but unless you’re in Washington state, these pictures (or a purchase) will have to do.…“Cabinet & Curiosity” is currently on display at the Red Raven Gallery, Port Townsend WA for the “What the Moon Brings” Lovecraft show. Available works can be purchased through the gallery HERE.…Be careful out there….
This was my first “convention” style event, not exactly my direction for the future, but a hell of a lot of fun!
Located inside the downtown Masonic Temple, the event was both sophisticated and comfortable, and I give a sincere thank you to the organizers for all thier help and delcious catering. Yummmmmmm!
Im pretty sure there were ghosts, costumes, and plenty of great prize giveaways to be found all over-qnd the elevator service was a delight.
Additionally, I was beyond excited to recieve first prize in the costume contest as well. I was the iconic charactor/scene (Bennings Monster) from Carpenter’s classic 82′ film-“The Thing”!
Enjoy these pics and feel free to contact the festival if youre interested in exhibiting next year! ;D