Withen the next year.
-Have a nice artists website
-as well as a well attended blog of whats going on (good example Jamesjean.com and processrecess.com)
-this includes constant documenting of work
-The development several collaborative and ongoing projects.
-graduate from MICA(or decide to stay a fifth year.)
-go to Korea summer Residence program
-exercise regularly (so far so good) so eventually i can do P90x
SO certain artistic/pleasurable en devours can be a reasonable undertaking.
- Line up a job/internship with well established woodworking/designer/artist studio.
-Start immersing myself in the Bmore art world, networking
5 years from now
-Own my own house building,( I would love to build or restore one)
Be constantly working to get grants and residencies(and working on them)
-Have developed/inserted myself in a community of like minded fellows
-Continued investigation painting/lab, greatly increased my knowledge of woodworking.
- Gathered enough tools to be able to consider making my own wood shop.
- Visit other countries for residencies, art/design conferences.
-Have a book published on work
-Have finally become minimalistic in what i own (Highly selective/organized packrat)
-Have been published in Dwell,
-Have been published in numerous online art, and desgin sites
-Group and solo shows,
-Win or damn near close to it deisgn compititions.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Spencer Agoston was born June 11 1987. Being a Gemini he takes on multiple roles when working, limited only by the need to constantly be undertake projects out of his comfort range. A painter, designer, sculptor, woodworker, an artisan, just about any process draws his desire. While still a student at the Maryland institute college, he takes full advantage of facilities and faculty at his disposal. Each and every work created begins with playfully bouncing ideas back and forth, researching, experimenting and prototyping. Resulting in work that varies from wheelchairs that walk on crutches, carefully carved vessels and bowls made of ceramic or wood, color abstractions on methodical paintings, to solid beams of wood that glow from the the inside. He is the recipient of numerous grants and Scholarships, including Ohio Distinguished Artist Scholarship, and Mica Talent Grant. His photography and paintings have been in numerous group shows and exhibitions at both Mica and City hall of Columbus Ohio.