Sometimes, even though just by a hair, you are too late to take part…that’s my sad story for today. The good news is that even though I was late to get my art added to this show, I did get into my studio finally, and actually create. Please enjoy what I would have loved to … Continue reading
And the Beat Goes On
The next project starts to coalesce. Enjoy – And the Beat Goes On Continue reading
2015 Tacoma Studio Tour Preview: Part 8
Originally posted on Tacoma Arts:
This is part 8 in our series highlighting the artists participating in the Tacoma Studio Tour this October. What: Tacoma Studio Tour Where: 35 studio locations around Tacoma When: October 17 & 18, 11 am – 5 pm Cost: FREE! This year’s tour features 57 artists and collaborative studios and allows…
Burn Baby Burn
During this challenge I have been burning my metaphorical candle at both ends. Each week I have come up with more ideas…this time representing both my state of being, and of my state of residence. Right now my beloved Washington State is literally ablaze. Its all on the other side of the mountains right now…but … Continue reading
Goodbye and Hello
Perhaps one of the most interesting observations I’ve had over the past few weeks is how people and events in my life affect the art I produce. Every experience evokes different color combinations, into truly crazy kaleidoscopes. Calming influences are blues, while when I’m trying to clear my mind and return to equilibrium I find yellows … Continue reading
Sometimes a setback happens, however I am unsinkable! ROAR! Continue reading
Making Art Obtainable
So often original art seems out of reach. But what if that didn’t have to be the case? I developed and sourced the ProtoNext series specifically to turn this idea on its head. While on display at The Swiss Pub starting September 1st, each piece will be available for $25. An original artwork at an … Continue reading
So what does your studio look like?
Seriously messy! As you can probably imagine, as this challenge moves along my space is getting more cluttered by the hour with scraps of paper and little experiments. While working on one set of 20 I’m basically planning out the next…which leads my studio to look like this. Additionally, when posting daily paintings to Instagram I’m looking at what … Continue reading
How did you do that?
Perhaps the next frequent questions I get are “How did you paint that?” or “How do you come up with your ideas?” It all comes down to working with the materials, having a sense of how things are going to work (from the prototyping I do – which is basically brainstorming with paint), and being open … Continue reading
ProtoNext Series Kickoff!
Frequently I get asked, “How long did it take you to paint that?” While I’m sure the inquirer is well meaning, this question is hard to answer. There are seven basic activities that go into each series I work on. Each one of these steps could take hours, days, or even weeks to complete. Concept inspiration … Continue reading