Back in Illinois (part THREE)…

Over Thanksgiving Break, I was able to visit and catch up with a few people in Peoria and Chicago. On Wednesday, November 25 I visited the Heuser Art Center at Bradley University to catch up with some old friends and see Alex Martin's third semester graduate exhibition. The Heuser Art Center, there were no classes... Continue Reading →

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Back in Ilinois (part TWO)…

Over Thanksgiving Break, I was able to visit and catch up with a few people in Peoria and Chicago. On Monday, November 23 I was in Chicago visiting one of my favorite printmakers David Jones. David founded and directed Anchor Graphics in Chicago since 1988. David is now the Director of The Center for Book,... Continue Reading →

Back in Illinois (part ONE)…

Over Thanksgiving Break, I was able to visit and catch up with a few people in Peoria and Chicago. On Sunday, November 22 I attended the closing reception for an exhibition at Project 1612 in Peoria. Former WVU Printmaker Alex Martin is a graduate student at Bradley University, studying for his MFA in Printmaking. Alex... Continue Reading →

“La Hütte Royal”…

Before I participated in "Raw Draw", I was able to get a tour of "La Hütte Royal" in Troy Hill in Pittsburgh. Local collector Evan Mirapaul bought an abandoned house and commissioned German artist Thorsten Brinkmann to completely transform it. It is really hard to explain, and the pictures will not do this permanent installation... Continue Reading →

Raw Draw…

On November 6th, I participated in a fundraising event titled "Raw Draw" at the Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center in Pittsburgh. Over 40 artists from the area were invited to participate in this event. Artists were given roughly 90 minutes to create a drawing on a 11"x14" sheet of paper. Those drawings were then auctioned... Continue Reading →

WVU/U of Akron Student Print Exchange…

During the Fall 2015 semester, we organized a student print exchange with University of Akron Printmakers and Professor of Art Charles Beneke. Although I only have a few pictures of the portfolio, everyone really made some fantastic work. All images are 11″x15″. The entire portfolio will go into their printmaking program print archives and a... Continue Reading →

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