Here we are in April and it already feels like June here in Germany. Only weeks ago we had a frigid cold snap and now we are looking at 80-90°F weather this week. Like most people, I am very tuned into the seasons, especially seeing them unfold outside of my studio window. For the past few weeks, my work has been reflecting the change. My … Continue reading Studio Update: Spring Explorations
This might sound strange, but my work is starting to please me. Looking back, all my most profound and meaningful encounters with art in museums has been with work by the abstract expressionists (Rothko and Newman) or practitioners of offshoot movements (Joan Mitchell and Louis Morris, for example). For me, these artists’ paintings are the most memorable works, even though I feel like I somehow … Continue reading Day 40 Update: I’m Beginning to Like This!
I’m excited to announce I’m participating in the 100 Day Project for 2017! I’m setting out to explore the cycle of building, destroying, eliminating, and rebuilding found in nature and all material processes. Starting on January 21st, I will create a series of small artworks on paper exploring that theme. I will be posting to my Facebook page and Instagram every day with a new work! This … Continue reading Announcing My 100 Days Project for 2017!
Greetings, art lovers! I am getting ready for a show at the library in a couple of weeks and it is just now hitting me how soon it is coming up. There is a lot to do and not enough time to do it in. Fortunately, I’ve been working pretty continuously despite this being a hot and busy summer. My solution has been to work in … Continue reading New Work: Getting to the Heart of Things