The SPS Form Plaque Project
The SPS Form Plaque Project blog began as a way to document the 2010/2011 Form of 1973 Mentor Fellowship that I was awarded in June of 2010. My Mentor Fellowship project involved creating the first form plaque in twenty years, the Form of 2011 plaque, using carving tools I purchased with fellowship funds. Since that time I have been commissioned by the Alumni Office to complete all of the missing plaques going back to 1991, including a plaque for each newly graduated form. I will complete several plaques per year until all the missing plaques are completed.
Posts on the SPS Form Plaque Project blog follow the progress of the project as each plaque is carved. Occasional posts include information about the history of the form plaque tradition at SPS, going back to its beginning in 1921. You can subscribe to this blog via RSS feed using the links at the bottom of the sidebar, through email updates available by clicking the box at the bottom of the page or in the sidebar, as well as by ‘liking’ the Form Plaque Project page on Facebook.
You can see more examples of carvings I have done on the Ninth Wave Designs website carving gallery HERE, as well as the gallery links located in the menu at the top of the blog.
You can read a full artist’s statement on the Ninth Wave Designs website HERE.
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