MISCELLANEOUS WORK

 

This poster was done for a fellow designer, Anushi Patel. Her project involved making shoes using traditional saris from India.

This plunger was lathed using three hardwoods: Walnut, Mahogany, and Maple.

This was a mat created in response to studying the Moloch, or Thorny Devil lizard, which uses capillary action to transport water from parts of its body through its skin, to its mouth.  Each hexagonal grip on this mat compresses down and to the sides when weight is applied, forcing the liquid to disperse. 

  These lipstick red heels were just another accessory to a woman's occasional night out. Now the heels have power, standing tall on the head of a hammer, nailing the ground and pronouncing every step. Walking with an iconic male symbol at her feet, judgement changes.    © Tyler Scholl

These lipstick red heels were just another accessory to a woman's occasional night out. Now the heels have power, standing tall on the head of a hammer, nailing the ground and pronouncing every step. Walking with an iconic male symbol at her feet, judgement changes.

© Tyler Scholl


Glass Work:

This piece explored internal webbing of blown pieces.

This ecosphere is enclosed within another, adding another layer of equilibrium. Varying pressures and temperatures affect the position of the inner sphere within the larger one.

This piece explored the natural flow of glass through metal grating.

This was an exploration in manipulating the flow of molten glass.

  A three legged Goblet. A three legged martini glass. A glass with a curved base to discourage putting it down.

A three legged Goblet. A three legged martini glass. A glass with a curved base to discourage putting it down.


Performance:

This digital media and performance piece was created for the studio class, Image + Performance, instructed by Kathy Rose at the University of the Arts. Faces was created by Leslie Zacharkow and Tyler Scholl. The structures are 4'x4', composed of wood, spandex, and india ink. The audio was sampled from a sound exercise performed within the class. Faces was performed December 3, 2010 at the final showcase for pieces created by students in the class.

  This piece was based on an inner struggle in which identity fought itself to be expressed.

This piece was based on an inner struggle in which identity fought itself to be expressed.