Jason works on shoes, heels and sneakers. Repairs. Refinishes. He also paints them. So when we asked Jason what do you intend to do different for the landscape art show and how will you push yourself as a creative person/artist?
My plan is to incorporate your theme onto a pair of heels…. very natural organic looks to both pairs. I plan on submitting two total. One will have a tree formed onto the heel with branches coming up the back and cherry blossoms blowing off painted onto a sky blue shoe. The other, I plan on sculpting stones to slide up onto the heel to look like stacked river rocks and the shoe itself be painted to look like stone, then install faux moss in key spots around the shoe.
This pushes me because sculpting has been something I’ve been wanting to incorporate into my work but really haven’t tried to much of. I also have never gone that ‘organic’ looking route before when experimenting with heels.
And there you have it. Jason sent me a sneak peek at one completed pair of heels just yesterday and they are “WILD”! Don’t miss the chance to see his unique shoes and this one of a kind art show. Here’s a sneak peek for you: https://www.facebook.com/osbornexinkart
Opening reception May 11, 2012 from 7-11PM
Countryside Frames and Radhouse Studio
2 South State Street