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Brandon Zech talks with artist Tommy Gregory about the importance of public art, the intricacies of traditional bronze casting, and planned obsolescence.
“I try to focus on objects that have some inherent beauty…iPhones are very elegantly designed. So to look at this planned obsolete object that you’re not going to hand down to your kids one day because it has no value, how do you make it have value using the elegance of its design? I figured casting it in bronze is a perfect way to do that.”
Hey Tommy! Great talk! Was really glad to see what you are doing and to hear how things are there with you, Casey and Clementine.
Hello to you all. Boy, I still miss Luis. I am sure you do also. Your friend Ken
What a pleasure hearing from Tommy. He was a great asset while in Houston and I am happy that he is doing well in Seattle. Thank you Glasstire for keeping us in touch.
Great interview Tommy. Enjoyed hearing you talk about your dedication to your work and support of the art community. Seattle is fortunate to have you and Casey. …and Clementine
I really like the Check Ins