So I’m thinking of concepts for a piece to go with the New Gallery Concert Series event in January, and one of the pieces slated for performance gave me a perfect jumping-off point: snarks. Here’s the piece as recorded for Soundcloud: A flower snark is not a botanical creature, a sarcastic florist or a floral
Here to announce that A Difference of 8 Protons: He-Ne-Ar-Fe was accepted into RED at the Cambridge Art Association. And two pieces from my Borders series is at the Arlington Center for the Arts for I’m New Here: Perspectives on Immigration.
A few years back, Tim O’Donnell of Pixela Pictura interviewed me at the bow & Arrow Press, talking about printmaking, the reasons to print things, and many other subjects besides. Both of us forgot to do anything with the footage until just recently, but the result is a pretty interesting little philosophical amuse bouche. Please
I’ll be working with the New Gallery Concert Series to create some process art for a music event in January at the Cambridge Art Association. Not sure what’s going to come out, but it should be interesting.
Another project from years past has been bumping around in my head… maybe it would be interesting to work with my cell tower imagery in letterpress form. Hmmmm.
Been thinking on shipping containers lately… I think I might do a series on letterpress that uses multiple small container blocks to create all sorts of crazy patterns. Might be a while before I can order the plates, but I’m thinking about it. : )
Starting off the new fall schedule at the Cambridge Art Association, the Mary Schein Fall Salon opens on September 7th. I’ll have a piece on display — Graphic Kerguelen Archipelago — and will be there in my official capacity as president of the Association. Come by and say hi!
Come on down to Cambridgeport on Friday to see PLACE(HOLDER), a show of urban-derived artwork, including my 20-layer video of Central Square, Cambridge.
A silly shot of me with my Emily Dickinson Museum short with the Emily Dickinson form I typeset for the Emily Dickinson broadside.
A friend is leaving her library job with rare books to head up another collection of rare books. A good move, but still needs a commemoration. Thus, some Emily Dickinson. Printed at the Bow & Arrow Press.