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Posted in Uncategorized on April 9, 2013 by troyneiman

IMG_4924“Half Empty”
18″x14″x7″
Ceramic, Steel and Glass

Play on the idea of perceiving a glass as half full or half empty determining optimistic or pessimistic thought.  Thinking of the glass as a sinking ship, that idea is reversed.

Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2012 by troyneiman

Yes,  A frisbee golf (or frolf for those that prefer) pin.  I have been wanting to make one of these for years and this was the year.  Besides the center pole which is from an old Basketball hoop, the rest is completely built out of bike parts.  The bike chain works very well to drop the disk.  I used to play a lot during the summers when I lived in Madison, WI and was spoiled with beautiful 18-hole courses in huge city parks.  Now in Tucson we are not quite so lucky to have such courses but I have still managed to play a couple of times.   Anyway,  It was fun to play with this for a few days before it was put into the BICAS Art Auction and yes its to regulation size.

FROM THAT…..

Posted in Ceramic, Uncategorized on March 31, 2010 by troyneiman

The Cyclist-Sold at the BICAS Art Auction on December 6th.

Posted in Ceramic, Uncategorized on December 8, 2009 by troyneiman

 

This piece was created specifically for this years BICAS Art Auction. Sculpted stoneware fired to cone 10 and colored with oxides and bone ash, welded steel base. Approximately 12 inches in height

NEW SCULPTURES. Some new Sculptures and some works in progress.

Posted in Paint, Uncategorized, wood on October 21, 2009 by troyneiman

 

Untitled, Approx 18", wood, metal, fabric,

Building Upon Buildings, Approx 18", wood, metal, fabric,

100% scrap pillars

Posted in Public Art Projects, Recycled/Found Material, Steel, Uncategorized on September 17, 2009 by troyneiman

 

As a final touch I decided to add these pillars in the corners of the fence.  They are made using left over rebar sraps and railroad spikes because the Iron Horse Neighborhood is in reference to the railroad that runs through it.  I spent a day going to thrift stores to find two matching bowling balls.

As a final touch I decided to add these pillars in the corners of the fence. They are made using left over rebar sraps and railroad spikes because the Iron Horse Neighborhood is in reference to the railroad that runs through it. I spent a day going to thrift stores to find two matching bowling balls.

Flowers for the Fence

Posted in Ceramic, Public Art Projects, Uncategorized on September 17, 2009 by troyneiman

 

Here are just a hand full of the 80 some flowers that were made for the fence.  Each one is unique and personalized.  Now they will be glazed and eventually bolted to the fence in Iron Horse Community Garden.

Here are just a hand full of the 80 some flowers that were made for the fence. Each one is unique and personalized. Now they will be glazed and eventually bolted to the fence in Iron Horse Community Garden.