Sun Shown Again On Another Broadcast of CBS Sunday Morning

screenshot of the sun as it appeared on the June 23, 2019 broadcast of CBS Sunday Morning

A sun I submitted to CBS was shown on the CBS Sunday morning broadcast on March 31, 2019 following a story about wrongfully convicted artist Richard Phillips who created art in prison for decades.  So I was astonished when I got an email with the subject line “We’re using your sun again tomorrow” from Jessica Frank with CBS Sunday Morning and she said:

I wanted to let you know that your yellow and black sun, which is SO cool, will appear on our Sunday Morning broadcast tomorrow, at the end of a story that we’re doing on Street Wear. It’s the perfect ending.

On Sunday morning June 23, 2019 the sun aired for the second time on the show at the end of the Street Wear Segment which you can see below.

LGBT Community Center Art Installation

The new LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland, located in the Gordon Square Arts District on Cleveland’s west side, opened on June 14 and I’m so proud to have my art installed in this beautiful building designed by David Thal of WMF Architects. The work titled “Fifty Three Rhombuses” at 118″ x 56″ is printed on a composite aluminum panel and shaped by CNC router.

With spaces and programs to serve the LGBT community in a variety of ways, the building is a safe and open beacon in the community. I want to thank Phyllis Harris (Executive Director LGBT Community Center Cleveland), Mindy Tousley (Executive Director Artists Archives of the Western Reserve), David Thal (Architect), and the late David Ream for making it possible to come to life.

from left: Shae London (center staff), David Thal (architect) and Phyllis Harris (executive director of the center)
David Thal (architect) and me
My husband Bruce Baumwoll and me
A view of the building at twilight (under construction photo)

Quadrataluxe I – Working With New Media

Embarking on a new series of geometric artworks that will be printed on rigid substrates (acrylic, aluminum) and shaped by CNC Router.

Printed in reverse on clear acrylic on a UV printer where the inks are hardened and cured by UV light as it’s being printed. A PVC film and composite aluminum panel covers and protects the printed surface. After its’s all put together, the work is cut to the shape of the piece on a CNC Router.

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Quadrataluxe I, 2019
UV Inkjet on shaped composite Acrylic/Aluminum Panel
dimensions variable, overall dimension 24 x 24 inches, edition of 3