Mike Dominick

August 27, 2018

Art surrounds us and there are creators amongst us dreaming up new and expressive ways to make it. One of those is American sculptor Mike Dominick, founder of the molten iron painting movement. For 20 years he’s been taking iron, sometimes from cast-off old radiators, and turning it into sculptures and paintings exhibited in galleries. On Episode 13 of Joanna and Kevin’s Big Show, Mike walks us through the process—and the fun—of working with molten lava in his studio, the challenges of studio work, and also his day job. Because in addition to being a working sculptor, Mike hold an important position behind the scenes at the world-famous Metropolitan Museum of Art. We find out all of this and more, and his love of motorcycles, in this exclusive podcast recorded live at The Lambs.

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