The amaryllis is blooming!
and our Astronaut Academy exhibit
for Ocala's Discovery Center
is in high gear!
We are building and painting flats with our friend Teri LaMarco:
HellMouth for the Wormhole portal:
Delta nonchalantly traveling across the universe:
Deep space background:
and we're building the wormhole shortcut through space and time!
This is the flat background coat, next we'll scenic the whole tube.
We're also in the middle of constructing the
ISS Spacewalk Low-Gravity Simulator ride.
No pictures yet. . .but it's fun, we promise.
This exhibit is going to fill a gym,
so we have a few more pieces to construct,
plus some replicas to hang as mobiles from the rafters!
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We also received the Notice to Proceed
on our other contract with Ocala,
our sound-absorbing public art installation
on the stage at the E.D. Croskey Recreation Center,
so we'll be starting production on it next week.
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Our scenic arts business has a few more projects in the pipeline,
and we will be letting the cats out of the bag ASAP!
In our music scene,
Stephen Pigman Vibrations
is gearing up for our Spring tour through
Appalachia in April and May,
and in the meantime we're gigging
all over the damn place:
at Casa Monica
on March 7th at 8pm;
at Uptown Swinery
on the 8th at 11am for brunch;
at Mellow Mushroom St. Aug
on the 14th at 6pm;
at San Sebastian Winery
on the 26th at 2pm;
and at the Cummer Museum
on the 27th at 5pm.
We've got a busy few weeks ahead of us, with huge pieces to design, draft, build, paint, transport and install. We're planning on taking May off to relax, recharge, and organize our next chapter. We couldn't do it without you!
Hope to see you on the road! Rock on!
Peace and love,
Stephen and Jessica