Category Archives for My Studio Practice
Reframing Photography: Theory and Practice (Rebekah Modrak with Bill Anthes editors, published by Routledge) is a book and website about photography in the widest possible sense of the word. Each presents a broad and inclusive rethinking of conceptual and technical … Continue reading
This post contains a text I’ve written for a colleague’s blog titled “Thursday Spotlight.” http://claralieu.wordpress.com/thursday-spotlight/. Clara Lieu (RISD Foundation Studies/Illustration/Printmaking) has been inviting artists to answer a set of six questions and collecting their responses. Every Thursday she features a … Continue reading
Title; Balloon A and Balloon B. Medium: acrylic on paper. Dimensions: each, 8′ x 8′ Title: Sky Painting. Medium: Collage, pastel and acrylic on paper. Dimensions: 4′ x 8′ I will be presenting my work and giving critiques in Chris … Continue reading
I sent the following email to my RISD MFA students in anticipation of spring semester. Hi All, I’m sending you the attached quote from Ira Glass as a way to help focus your energy and ready you for your spring … Continue reading
I’ve been spending some time looking at Lorna Bieber’s work on her site at www.lornabieber.com. I love the rhythm, cropping and variation in her sequences, the scale, and the use of mechanical reproduction in her practice. Her “Winter Trees” share … Continue reading
My friend Audra sent me this blue sky puzzle piece she found in her Brooklyn neighborhood. My next project: finding the empty spot in heaven where it belongs.
I tenaciously continue my studio practice even in light of criticism.