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Retirement presented Joe Edward Swing with the perfect opportunity to combine his lifelong passion for art with his love of woodworking. “It is so much fun to create art; especially art that others can enjoy," says Joe.
“The materials and techniques I use are as varied as the art I create. My works incorporate clear acrylic tubes, tissue paper, precision cut, and painted pieces of wood, pencils and rusty barbed wire.
“Also, there MUST be music when I'm working on a piece as music has a direct influence in my creative process. Many of my works are named with song titles and often the lyrics actually dictate the final color 'pattern'. I like to describe my art as ‘Different. On purpose.’ While many works may appear to have no pattern, in fact it's often planned randomness.”
A "Jet" professional, radial arm saw to precisely cut pieces of wood.
Jackson Pollock - I can explore his works for hours and never tire. Freeform at its best.
"One World, Many Stories" - inspired by looking across a street in Paris and seeing various vignettes of life in the windows.