Sunday, September 7, 2003

Christopher Scott Daniel

Hometown: Westminster, Md.

Age: 31

Medium: Steel, fabric, tissue, obtanium

Finest hour: It seems that each time I'm pulling a work together, whether it's tweaking a Massive (sculpture shows) exhibition or lashing limbs together three stories off the ground in a cherry picker at 4 a.m. in the pouring rain, there is a sense of giddiness, of clarity, of moments where my eyes are amazed at my hands' ability to create, to focus.

Day job: Toy sculptor and mold maker at Sculpco Inc., technician for River City Works Sculpture and Glass, adjunct professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, co-curator and exhibiting artist for Massive.

Secret ambition: Besides wanting to fly or taking a crack at being a crime fighter? I desperately want to become a cat burglar ... no, no ... owning a farm among quiet rolling hills and big skies where I can forge steel, make flying machines and dream of movies I need to make.

What's next? Massive: Presence. This one is huge. Not only do we have 30 plus artists involved but we are part of the Enjoy the Arts 20/20 festival and we'll be showcased in the International Sculpture Center's International Sculpture Cities: Cincinnati. I'm also gearing up to complete with my mates at Thin Air Studio for a chance at building a sculpture in Munich, Germany, for the Munich Horticultural Exhibition known as Buga in 2005.


• Visual arts: The buzz | The exhibits | Gotta see it
• Film: The buzz | The films | Gotta see it
• Classical music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Dance: The buzz | The events | Gotta see it
• Pop music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Theater: The buzz| The productions | Gotta see it


City sculpts a new image
Carissa Barnard
Jayoon Choi
Christopher Scott Daniel
Richard Fruth
Zachary F. Herrmann
Mike Jacobs
Louis Larson (Unit 2)
Matt Lynch
Kirk Mayhew
Martin Meersman
Dave Rohs
Paige Wideman
Steve Zieverink (Unit 2)
Upcoming sculpture shows
Gala to honor educator, patrons


'I'm With Her' writer really is
Best of Bats Incredible! Terminal strikingly depicted
Get to It: A guide to help make your day


Mainstream no place for Know Theatre Tribe
Local actors chosen for 'Oliver' tour
Half-price loverly way to see 'My Fair Lady'
Steamlined 'My Fair Lady' stays mainly on the plain side
Theater troupes honored
Dance your way through the decades


Cooking classes add dash of new ideas
It's taken a Village to feed Mariemont
Serve it this week: Garlic


Glabicki keeps fans on a string
Everyone German at this gig


Childhood stardom lingers for life


KENDRICK: Designated parking spots abused