Alan Westby

Alan Westby Most people’s career paths tend to be a series of “zigs and zags” as opposed to a straight line and Alan Westby’s is no different. From early training as a sculptor, to designing exhibits for children’s museums to running a major aviation museum, Alan has...

Joe Chirchirillo

Joe Chirchirillo Joe Chirchirillo has been creating sculpture since the early 1970’s. After attending college in New York and Arizona, he moved to the New York Metro area and settled in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1979. He was part of the first wave of artists moving...

Mechanical Flipbooks

Mechanical Flipbooks Artists Wendy Marvel and Mark Arnon Rosen create mechanical flip books. “Did you ever draw in the corners of a book to create an image that animated as you “flipped” through the pages? Or been to a penny arcade and hand cranked a machine to watch...

Dug North

Dug North Dug North creates contemporary automata — sculptures made primarily of wood that employ a hand-cranked mechanism to animate a scene or creature. His work centers around themes that are whimsical, historical, and fanciful. Dug particularly enjoys animating...

Bruce Salinger

“Building better machines today for an apocalyptic tomorrow”. Bruce Salinger. Bruce Salinger grew up in Southern California in the 60’s and starting inventing from an early age. Some of his first creations titled ‘Music Sequencer’ and ‘Helium-Neon Laser’ comprised of...