2015 Works on Paper…

Recent work of mine will be on display in the 2015 Works on Paper Juried Exhibition at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences located in New Jersey. The Juror of this exhibition was Carter E. Foster, the Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawings at the Whitney Museum of American Art... Continue Reading →

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Santiago, Chile (PART FOUR)…

Finally, some images of the various museums and galleries we visited along the way. We had a very full itinerary for our time spent in Chile, and I literally enjoyed every minute of it and learned a lot about Chile in the process. La Moneda Palace was the first place we visited minutes after landing.... Continue Reading →

Santiago, Chile (PART THREE)…

The biggest surprise of our trip was our time spent in Valparaiso. Its much smaller than Santiago, but is on the coast and has a wonderful vibe. On top of the scenery, we were able to see a new shop that will open this fall called Proyecto Casa Plan Print Studio. We fell in love... Continue Reading →

Santiago, Chile (PART TWO)…

The main reason for our visit to Santiago was to connect with Taller 99. Taller 99 has been working with printmakers in Santiago for roughly 60 years now. We mainly met with Isabel Cauas and Raphael Munita, who were incredibly nice, helpful, and really enthusiastic about this project. Taller 99 is tucked away in a... Continue Reading →

Santiago, Chile visit (PART ONE)…

In June, I traveled to Santiago, Chile with Artists Image Resource Director Bob Beckman. The visit was coordinated by Arts Midwest, who is funding a cultural exchange project between AIR and the Chilean press Taller 99. We spent a week in Santiago and Valparaiso seeing museums, printshops, meeting artists and getting a sense of what... Continue Reading →

New “PRINTMAKING SPLENDOR”…

Below is my latest installment to my erratically published autobiographical comic "PRINTMAKING SPLENDOR", titled The Lynda Barry Effect. This comic was inspired by reading Lynda Barry's new book "Syllabus". I hope this comic shows an almost universal experience for many creative people. The more I meet and get to know all kinds of artists, the... Continue Reading →

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