a biscuit in the basket

Posted on May 17, 2014 in Blog, life, offspring | 11 Comments

Aren’t you glad it didn’t say we’re moving again? We are in fact, but that’s not why I’m writing this here post. You see, on top of the good news of Hannah getting the tenure-track¬†gig at SEMO in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, she’s also pregnant. I suppose the coupley¬†way to say it is “we’re pregnant”, but […]

Travel Journal: Drawing in the Museums of Chicago and Blind Contour Kentucky

Posted on Jun 13, 2013 in art | 5 Comments

While visiting Chicago with Mom and Sue, we ate a lot of great food, walked a bunch, and also enjoyed seeing the Field Museum and the Art Institute. I always try to draw when I visit museums and write down any interesting tidbits I come across. Here are a few of my doodles from the […]

Cacklewood Ceramics

Posted on Aug 22, 2012 in art, online | 3 Comments

My mom, Meg Hogan Campbell, has been a ceramicist for nearly 40 years now. She creates functional work including the best-fitting mugs you’ve ever held as well as sculptural pieces, mobiles, assemblages, tiled works and watercolors. Ceramics is her life. But she’s always had other jobs on the side to get by. She’s one of […]