New Art by Randell Neudorf for Super Crawl!

Very excited to be showing new work at the Makers’ Market during Super Crawl (Sep 13-14). My tent will be located in front of Christ’s Church Cathedral (252 James N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2L3).  Here is a sample of what I’ll be selling:

Organic Memory No. 2. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint on Found Fabric stretch over Wood Panel 16x16in.

Organic Memory No. 2.
Randell Neudorf (c) 2013
Acrylic Paint on Found Fabric stretch over Wood Panel
16x16in.

Organic Memory No. 3. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint on Found Fabric stretch over Wood Panel 16x16in.

Organic Memory No. 3.
Randell Neudorf (c) 2013
Acrylic Paint on Found Fabric stretch over Wood Panel
16x16in.

Kerchief No. 1. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel 12x12in.

Kerchief No. 1.
Randell Neudorf (c) 2013
Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel
12x12in.

Kerchief No. 2. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel 12x12in.

Kerchief No. 2.
Randell Neudorf (c) 2013
Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel
12x12in.

Kerchief No. 1. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel 12x12in.

Kerchief No. 1.
Randell Neudorf (c) 2013
Acrylic Paint and Fabric Collage on Wood Panel
12x12in.

Ivor Wynne T-Shirts - $20  Men - S, M, L, XL, 2XL (gold or grey shirt) Womens - S, M, L (gold shirt)

Ivor Wynne T-Shirts – $20
Men – S, M, L, XL, 2XL (gold or grey shirt)
Womens – S, M, L (gold shirt)

LP No. 1. By Randell Neudorf Acrylic Paint & Collage on Canvas 12x12in.

LP No. 1.
By Randell Neudorf
Acrylic Paint & Collage on Canvas
12x12in.

Organic Memory No. 1. Randell Neudorf (c) 2013 Acrylic Paint on Found Fabric stretch over Wood Panel 16x16in.

"Time Portal" Randell Neudorf (c) 2006 Acrylic Paint & Collage on Paper 6x8in.
“Time Portal”
Randell Neudorf (c) 2006
Acrylic Paint & Collage on Paper
6x8in.

Matting to Music

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Today I did a ton of matting and framing to get ready for selling at Super Crawl. I cut all my mats by hand with just a metal ruler, my mat cutter, and a whole lot of music loaded up in the CD player. The 4 albums I listened to today were:

I really enjoy being able to just work on a task that has enough repetition in it that I can really listen to the music.  It isn’t often that I have time to listen to 4 albums in a row uninterrupted. I also enjoy the process of matting and framing, lots of other artists find it tedious, but for me finishing off a piece of art with a crisp mat and a simple frame really feels validating. A piece of art doesn’t feel finished until it is able to be hung on a wall and enjoyed.