Three years ago, I completed a 100 Day Project which lead to great leaps in my work. I’ve decided it’s a good time for another one. Continue reading 100 Day Project 2020!!
I can no longer keep quiet. It should come as no surprise the power and beauty of nature is a driving force behind my art, which is why I’m increasingly willing to speak out about protecting it. I’ve been lucky to see some beautiful places in my lifetime, from the American Southwest to the Nile River, to the Great Lakes, and the majestic Alps. I … Continue reading We Must Fight Back Against Threats to National Parks and Monuments
“Only through art can we emerge from ourselves and know what another person sees.” -Marcel Proust “If I create from the heart, almost everything works; if I create from the head, almost nothing.” -Marc Chagall Yesterday was a marathon day of curating, hanging, and getting ready for the show at Unterhammer. It was the first time I was closely involved with the hanging of an art exhibition … Continue reading THROUGH YOUR EYES Hanging and Opening Reception
Opening next week! I’m excited to announce my upcoming show with German artist Astrid Blasberg at Unterhammer im Karlstal, opening May 10, 2016 and lasting through July 17. There will be an opening reception at 7 pm on Wednesday, May 10. The purpose of this show is to install site-specific works reflecting the environment and history of this former ironworks and foundry and the beautiful wooded … Continue reading Through your eyes… A Two-Person Show in Unterhammer im Karlstal
First I’ll say this. I don’t love hunting and I don’t think I could ever do it myself, even if the species is overpopulated and most parts of the animal are eaten and used. It follows, then, that modern taxidermy disturbs me. Somehow it seems okay, though, and even quaint, when the stuffed animals are hundreds of years old and part of a collection of aging curiosities. Over … Continue reading Beauty and the Beasts at the Museum of Hunting and Nature in Paris