Author Archives: Richard Vugmayster

Still Life

I composed a series of objects in mixed styles and of different influences to create my still life. I took inspiration from vintage antiques, sophisticated explorers, fortune tellers, organic elements, and dark cozy grandmas house. There is a feeling of

Still Life

I composed a series of objects in mixed styles and of different influences to create my still life. I took inspiration from vintage antiques, sophisticated explorers, fortune tellers, organic elements, and dark cozy grandmas house. There is a feeling of

Wind ^3

An interactive, inhabitable fan spinning solely due to the powerful force of turbulent winds. The preface for this project was to create a proposed “Phenomenological Device” installation that utilizes a naturally occurring phenomenon of our selected site, The Chelsea Waterfront

Wind ^3

An interactive, inhabitable fan spinning solely due to the powerful force of turbulent winds. The preface for this project was to create a proposed “Phenomenological Device” installation that utilizes a naturally occurring phenomenon of our selected site, The Chelsea Waterfront

Joe Fyfe, “make me one with everything”

This mix-media exhibition is a phenomenal exploration of both throwaway found objects and traditional fine art mediums. I found that this is particularly relevant to our class because the use of unorthodox materials to create aesthetically appealing design is a

Joe Fyfe, “make me one with everything”

This mix-media exhibition is a phenomenal exploration of both throwaway found objects and traditional fine art mediums. I found that this is particularly relevant to our class because the use of unorthodox materials to create aesthetically appealing design is a