March2013

mack attack

We just completed two very hard and long days finishing up the drywall project in my studio.  We checked the screws to make sure they were below the surface of the drywall, laid the fiber glass tape over the seams, rasped edges that didn’t match, mudded up the corners, sanded[…]

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power of a wave

After working with the bell-mouth for the spray booth, I returned to the task of finishing  the drywall in my studio at ArtSpaceVincennes.   Cutting the plaster board, rasping it, taping it  mudding it, I was returning to a familiar friend.  This friend is a difficult one to hang with[…]

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‘listening’ to the process

Since we bought the Cyrus Allen Building last July 2012, we have accomplished much work and  have experienced many delays.  Many things were left in the building by the former owner to sort through and discard or recycle. As we did this, we dreamed of possibilities for the building. We[…]

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the bell-mouth

I am working on a wooden bell-mouth shape for a spray booth.  It is basically an exit portal that smoothly (because of its bell shape) evacuates the paint-laden air out of the space, so that overspray doesn’t land on the object being painted. That’s the theory anyway, which I have[…]

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journey’s journal

Introduction Many people ask us about how the art studio and gallery are coming along. What are we doing? Will we be renting space to other artists? Are we open for business? Are we making art yet? Others wonder who we are? So, who are we? We are Andy Jendrzejewski and Amy DeLap. We[…]

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