Evolution of recent painting, 'Gumtrees and Ghosts' 2011 - house paint with sculptural inclusions (drift wood) on cabinet grade plywood, 8' x 20'. painted by Jon Manteau, shot by Jon Manteau, produced and edited by Woodshop Films, 2011. Music by Themselves.
Judith Schaechter - Eastern State Penitentiary
Eastern State Penitentiary welcomes Judith Schaechter to its 2012 artist installation program. 'The Battle of Carnival and Lent' - 17 stained glass windows - is inspired by the prison's dark history and will be installed in historic skylights throughout Cellblocks 8, 11, and 14. This work marks Judith Schaechter's return to Philadelphia after more than ten years exhibiting nationally and internationally. April 1 to November 30, 2012, with an opening reception Friday, May 11.
A Yet To Be Named Art Show - Volume 1
Woodshop Films guzzles a shit ton of PBR at the inaugural "A Yet To Be Named Art Show" by the Yet To Be Named Art Collective, June 10th, 2011 at the lovely Tattooed Mom's Bar, Philadelphia, PA! Big ups to Jacob Klensin, Liz Demartino, Awesome Dudes, Neva Safe and the other artists! See what made this night so "special"...
In our latest episode of Art Phag we revisit artist Eric McDade for his newest solo exhibition at Marginal Utility, "Nobody Digs Your Music But Yourself." His gimmick this time? Photography. Too terrified of failure to draw or paint, McDade plays the role of director.
In our latest Art Phag, Eric McDade takes us into the wonderful world of artist Judith Schaechter -- we visit her South Philly home/studio/enlightenment chamber to see some incredible stained glass and a cat skull she bleached.
Michelangelo Pistoletto - Walking Sculpture
The Philadelphia Art Museum invited us to document Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto's Walking Sculpture through the city of Philadelphia, October 30, 2010.