The joys of suction cup mounts! Here’s a set with the mount stuck to the sunroof glass and the camera pointing forward. (The camera was also hanging upside-down, but the joys of Photoshop means that that is easily corrected.) The two images, “Going” and “Returning”, are somewhat different because I take the camera with me
Got a new print done at the Bow & Arrow Press. This one is called Path of the MER-A Rover “Spirit” and represents the 6-year lifetime of the Spirit rover on Mars as it skirted craters and made its way to the Columbia Hills. The craters on the plains are printed in PANTONE warm Red
Working again with the concept of averaging things to see what results, I’ve pulled up a project from years past and figured out a way to make a physical manifestation. In this case, I’m averaging flags, specifically, the flags of the nations that make up the United Nations Security Council for 2015. Here’s the base
Went to the opening of the “Community of Artists” show at the Danforth in Framingham, MA this evening. My needlework rivers were up and looking good. Check the show out over the next month or so, it’s got some good stuff in it.
I’d also be remiss if I didn’t add some of these motion composites, similar to my composite commutes from 2011.
Looking through all my posts, I realized I’d posted a whole bunch of the time-lapse walks and various other walks, but not any earlier walks. How silly of me! Let me post a quick gallery of the walks I’ve done in the past. Here are the Field Walks, which I performed using 300′ of nylon
I’m scheduling a show at Bromfield Gallery in October, and it’s gonna be pretty conceptual. If anything sells, I’ll be pretty impressed. I don’t want to give away the goods too soon, so I’ll merely post a couple of teaser images as things start to assemble. The first one is this lovely thing: And the
Thought I’d post the nice cover graphic for a new show I’ll be in this summer: Come on down to the Danforth Museum in Framingham, Massachusetts to see my needlepoint rivers being exhibited as a group! Here’s additional information on the show:
The end of another semester, one started out with a rash of missed classes because of crazy winter weather, but slowly managed to unfold into a pretty successful time, if stressful. So to celebrate the end, and to enjoy a nice clean press room thanks to my Extension School students, I ran a couple of