How to mix concrete for art.

Mixing concrete is literally like following a recipe. There are so many different kinds of mixes that yield multiple surface treatments. As an artist, I love to experiment with different surface treatments. I like to use a fine mix such as portland cement, course sand, and marble dust.  With this particular mix, once poured, allows me to […]

Concrete Sculpture Commision in Dallas, TX

Last weekend, I rented a van and drove eight hours to a clients house in Dallas, TX to deliver a large scale commision piece that became a part of their newly renovated spa. Mr. and Mrs. Bromberg were the perfect hosts and quelled my nerves about the piece. I love creating commision pieces, but I’d […]

Concrete Art on Display at St. Tammany Art Association

It’s been awhile since I’ve updated my website, which does not reflect where I am and where I am going with my art. In January of this year, I displayed my art locally at the St. Tammany Art Association here in Covington, LA. in an exhibition titled, “Paper, Stone, Glass.” I shared the exhibition with a well-known […]

What to look for in gallery representation…

Since the summer of 2011, some of my artwork is being represented by The Bender Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. Miles Bender is the owner the gallery and he has done a great job of displaying my sculptures and of finding a new audience for it in an exciting part of the country. Because I […]

Three Rivers Art Festival 2010 November 13th & 14th

Michael Eddy Representing the 2010 Three Rivers Arts FestivalThe Times-Picayune came into my studio and interviewed me and about my art work. Three Rivers Art Festival rolls on in Covington Popular 2-day show begins Saturday Tuesday, November 09, 2010 By Margaret Schonberg Contributing writer It’s time to just go with the flow at the free […]

Concrete Network publishes an article about my concrete sculpture work

Concrete & Glass Sculptures Balance Strength & Fragility A Louisiana artist creates stunning effects by combining the strength of concrete and the fragility of glass By Sarah Tate, Columnist Michael Eddy is a sculpture artist from Louisiana who works with two very opposite mediums. He blends concrete and colored glass into seamless works of […]

Concrete Sculpture Installation in Baton Rouge

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of installing the largest sculpture piece ever. This sculpture was a  three block system stacked on top of one another with stained glass middle sections.  This was a project that took alot of time and over thinking…..but, it came out nice and I’m very pleased with it.

Another successful year at the 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

Wow…..Jazz Fest was absolutely incredible. Though the weather was unstable, I had more sales this year than last. I guess the rain prompted everybody to buy art work.  I met so many people from all over the country and made plenty of contacts for future commission  projects.  Jazz Fest is the perfect venue for promoting […]

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival 2010

I was accepted into the 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival this year and will be there selling my art in the contemporary arts section on the first weekend of Jazz Fest. Move over Simon and Garfunkel…I am incredibly excited and am hoping that this year is as successful as last year’s Jazz Fest.  If you are […]

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2010

Just recieved notice that I was accepted into the 51st Annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This is a fantastic festival held in Winter Park, Florida near Orlando.  The fest is March 19th, 20th, 21st, 2010.  I’m spending alot of time building up my inventory. My booth number is #217.  Below is a description: ABOUT THE […]