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From the SEEN Archives.
Since it seems there are
many out there interested
in my life's work I will continue to
speak about my travels and experiences
from time to time as i come across photos
that i find interesting and possibly
you may enjoy hearing about.
This piece i created during the 1990's
if i remember correctly. Most likely the later
90's. I started creating works in this manor
during the late 1970's. I always favored
creating works with texture and in real 3-D
then just painting a 3-D on canvas. The relief
work i did through the years gave me more
satisfaction when a piece was completed then
a drawing or a canvas. However canvas was
more available and easier to work with when
many of my works were always created on the road
during those times. These works are made of many
materials, most are Resin fiberglass, All were one
offs until the 1990's i started to make molds and
casted limited # of pieces. This piece here was casted
in a mold, by doing molds my only draw back was
most of the time my original would be destroyed
during the casting process. Although i always kept the original
and would piece it back together for my private archives.
Still casting was something i wished to try, but defeated
my work from only having a one off original which would
be created with my owns hands. So after casting a couple
pieces i decided never to cast ever again. This piece here
i casted 6 pieces and one other piece i casted also 6 pieces
it was exciting at the time learning about casting. However
it's something that isnt for me. I am in the process of creating
new works in this manor, once the new are completed i will
post for those interested in seeing.
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In 1638, the Dutch West India Company secured a deed from the local Lenape people for the Bushwick area, and Peter Stuyvesant, chartered the area in 1661, naming it "Boswijck," meaning "little town in the woods" or "Heavy Woods" in 17th century Dutch. Its area included the modern day communities of Bushwick, Williamsburg, and Greenpoint. Bushwick was the last of the original six Dutch towns of Brooklyn to be established within New Netherland.
The community was settled, though unchartered, on February 16, 1660, on a plot of land between the Bushwick and Newtown Creeks by fourteen French and Huguenot settlers, a Dutch translator named Peter Jan De Witt, and one of the original eleven slaves brought to New Netherland, Franciscus the Negro, who had worked his way to freedom. The group centered their settlement around a church located near today's Bushwick and Metropolitan Avenues. The major thoroughfare was Woodpoint Road, which allowed farmers to bring their goods to the town dock. This original settlement came to be known as Het Dorp by the Dutch, and, later, Bushwick Green by the British. The English would take over the six towns three years later and unite the towns under Kings County in 1683.
Sorry if I don’t post as much for a bit guys. My pet died two days ago and my boyfriend who I literally love with my whole whole whole heart just broke up with me 😔 so sorry if I don’t post as often as I usually do 😭😣