Maze #57 by Warren Stokes
False Evidence Appearing Real (Fear)
Happy Friday! I chose this acronym today after hearing it on a video about motivation. It was mind blowing to hear that fear can only be found in your mind and is created out of our imagination.
What monsters have you been fearing up in your life’s maze?
World Cup Maze Uruguay by Warren Stokes
The flag of Uruguay was motivation to try a game scene with a major symbol on the flag. I loved the challenge of continuing the maze without taking from the sun. I have a few more country mazes in the coming days. Enjoy the art and play the maze. Maze rules are simple! Find a S for starting point on the maze. Using a toothpick navigate to a W for the win! If you hit a dead-end start over at the beginning S. Enjoy!
World Cup Maze Belgium by Warren Stokes
The Belgium flag was motivation to try a full game scene. I will share a few more country mazes in the coming days. Enjoy the art and play the maze. Maze rules are simple! Find a S for starting point on the maze. Using a toothpick navigate to a W for the win! If you hit a dead-end start over at the beginning S. Enjoy!
I’m proud to announce that for the fourth straight year I will be hosting free art classes for the youth of Denver at the Eloise May Library. This year’s theme will be Grow to be: Dream Reality and I hope to take it to the next level.
This year I’m looking for a little financial help to advertise the program, purchase supplies and give a free art kit to each participant. I look to give each student a sketchbook, colored pencil set, sharpener, and any other cool swag I can secure from companies. To Support I’m offering $25 8×11 limited edition prints of
“Belief Creates” piece I did for last years theme. If you can support please fill out the form.
For the past few years I have been applying for public art projects, only to be rejected a few 100 times. I feel I was turned down not because of art but my lack of public art/free standing object experience.
About two years ago I started look for an artist who has experience with public art experience. I’m proud to announce after an extensive search I’ve partnered with sculpture and welder Wayne Collins.
Wayne not only brings the ability to bring my ideas to the world of steel but brings more than 15 years experience in iron work and fabrication!
With our mutual love for art look for Wayne and I to maze out the public art community on a nationwide level in 2015!!! STAY TUNED in the new year!!!
Thanks again to the Westword for their efforts to keep art relevant and the artists in Denver known!
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