Part IV of 939 Drawings: My Facebook Friends’ Profile Pictures in Watercolor & Ink

Posted on Jun 5, 2013 in art, online | 10 Comments

Here are just a couple more spreads completed in my recent project. I’ve actually gotten a bunch more done, but haven’t had a chance to scan them in yet! We were in Kentucky to install an exhibition and teach at a workshop for High School Students in Life Drawing and Pronto Plate Printmaking at Murray […]

White Neon: A Sandy Chism Memorial

Posted on Mar 10, 2013 in art, life | 3 Comments

We returned to Ohio in the early morning hours of the 10th of March from attending Sandy’s memorial service at the Chapel on Tulane’s campus in New Orleans. It was wonderful: everyone’s words, seeing familiar faces again, wandering around the art building. I, of course, botched my own small part in reading the eulogy by […]

2,000 Words on Why You Shouldn’t Go to Grad School for Art

Posted on Jan 16, 2013 in art, life, rants | 8 Comments

Okay, so the title of my post is a bit misleading. I’m not necessarily going to advise you, prospective graduate students in art, NOT to go to graduate school. Nor do I necessarily mean to impress upon any other post-grads (“post-ops” seems almost appropriate) a feeling of remorse for having dedicated so much time and […]