Dear Donors, Patrons, Followers, Interested People, and Uninterested People.
I had hoped to have a few more things together before posting this and apprising you of all things Venice, but I think it is important that you know now about the status of my sculpture and its trip to the Biennale. In short I have a very large new piece of sculpture titled "At Play Amongst The Moons" but it will not be going to Venice. Read More
My latest show, “Surrealities: The Art of Ed Haddaway and Russ Warren” is on view at Les Yeux du Monde in Charlottesville, Virginia, through March 10th. Read More
Les Yeux du Monde is pleased to bring together work by sculptor Ed Haddaway and painter Russ Warren in the exhibition Surrealities from January 26 through March 10. These two artists recently reconnected after studying art in the early 1970s at the University of New Mexico. Read More
Over time, fire was tamed, nails were driven, clubhouses and boats and God knows what all, were thrown together in that yard. And yes, my Art was built of the very same stuff.
I met Bill Lowe in the 1980s as he was about to open his gallery in Atlanta.
At that point in my life I had developed a business plan which was to say “yes” to anything and everything that came my way and try not to worry about the outcome.
While I do receive a number of rejection letters from time to time, they are all preceded by some effort on my part. Yours is the first unsolicited rejection I have received. And I am delighted that you have apparently decided to put me on your recurring rejection letter list. I feel quite fortunate to be included.
PUBLIC SELECTS: A CROWD SOURCED EXHIBITION
Saturday, June 27 2-5 p.m.
2000 Mountain Road, NW
What is the title of my project?
It is called “El Bosque de los Sueños” which, hopefully, is Spanish for:
“Forest Of Dreams”.
THE ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM AND ED HADDAWAY INVITE YOU TO VISIT HIS STUDIO
(AND NEW ART GALLERY) ON SATURDAY MARCH 7, 2015 FROM 10 AM UNTIL 4PM
In 1992 I put together my first video dealing with my life in the arts: "The Creative Process: Inner Anguish". It explored the brutal realities involved in the making of sculpture
I am excited because this week I am unveiling a brand new product from
HADDAWAY ENTERPRISES and FEEBLE MANUFACTURING
It’s strange. Not only was she the best, but also pretty much every dog (I have gotten to know many in a long lifetime of dogs) has been the best dog in the whole world.
At least for a short while
“The Reinvention of Broken Dreams” holds within its heart the twin polarities of life and death.
For a time, it smells of age and dusty relics. Like forgotten elders it creaks, and crawls, and groans, crying out, beneath the weight of yesterdays. It contains within itself a vestige of all that went before and it yields neither hope nor faith in the future
I think I hear its death rattle coming, a final, ponderous shutter forever and not so far away.
But then the device slogs on and life surges forth, clanking noiselessly away. Even until it is beyond the night, it clanks and invents and reinvents its dreams. Pushing one and pulling another, till broken and not, they are all joined together, one to the other, all one and the same. Twisting them into a confection both bitter and sweet, night and day, awake and in sleep, the machine endures.