Do I have great tits, or what?

Posted on May 20, 2012 in art, design, life | 4 Comments
Do I have great tits, or what?

Before we move, I decided to go ahead and get the tattoo I’ve been thinking about for several years now. We received a wonderful wedding present from our friend Dave of some tattoo work, should ever we want some. Dave owns a great little shop called Uptown Tattoos in the riverbend. I called them up, […]

Octopus, Guns & Emeril’s, with a Touch of Lafayette

Posted on May 16, 2012 in art | No Comments

A group of friends sat around at Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop one night and brainstormed a list of all the cliche student work subject matter we could think of. After about an hour, it did start to get personal! We decided to do a print exchange where everyone takes 2 items from the list […]

Field Guides: Drawing a Flashback

Posted on May 10, 2012 in art | One Comment

I’ve mentioned several times now that I’d like to get back to drawing more after we move and things settle down. I want to work in my sketchbook more, but I would also like to return to creating my series of Field Guides. The Field Guides are a series of handmade books I created with […]

We’re Moving to Kentucky!

Posted on May 9, 2012 in art, life, teaching | 2 Comments

Surprise! So, for those of you who haven’t heard (and we have been trying to keep this on the D.L. for some time now–until things were really set in motion and certain,) Blake and I are moving to Kentucky in about two weeks time. We are very excited to be covering some classes for the […]

Sketchy Times

Posted on May 9, 2012 in art, life | 4 Comments

A lot of who I am has been defined by the obsessive sketchbooking I’ve done since I was a very little girl. My sketchbook was my constant companion through all of my schooling, as well as my other experiences. It was scrapbook, companion, best-listener and my memory. It is sad that I am using the […]

Art that Silences Owls

Posted on May 7, 2012 in art | 3 Comments

I want to be a writer of images, a player of pictures. I want to make art you read over and over, under the covers with a flash light, late at night. I want to make art like a poem: open as air but heavy with life– Art like deja vu Art like an itch […]