Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: drawing

JAWS Boston Key Party 2019

I’m also part of an Boston artist group show of drawings in which every participant gets a laser-engraved key with a number and then gets to take home the drawing with the corresponding number. I did one of my random walk process drawings, with a slightly different tweak on the coloration. Usually I do monochrome

Nave Residency, Day 9

With Labor Day and various other stuff happening, I haven’t been able to get over to the Nave until late this afternoon. Alas, I was only there for a couple hours, mostly to make more repairs to the Mississippi and to lay the other two out on a different support system. The plinth wasn’t quite

Random Sketchbook Montage

I’m certain that everyone was as curious as I was to see what would happen if I ran all the random walks in the Random Sketchbook together as a single path. Well, good news! I put them all in Photoshop and joined them end-end-end as best as I could, and came up with one of

New Sketchbook: RANDOM

Last summer one of my students gave me two lovely stab-bound sketchbooks. I normally don’t use sketchbooks, but it was a very thoughtful gift, and I figured I should probably put them to use. I already described the process I used in the SIXTY sketchbook, so now I am here to unveil the second one:

SIXTY Done: The Sketchbook Completed

I finally finished up the SIXTY sketchbook I posted about earlier. To recap: each of the pages in this notebook contains a drawing that consists of sixty strokes, in various colors and media. Things were wildly gyrating earlier in the year, but I settled down on Prismacolor markers in various hues, a set of graphite

And Now, A Sketchbook (!)

Most people who know my practice know that I pretty much mess around on the computer and rarely put pen or pencil to paper unless I’m doing a quick cartoon to calculate angles or just to get something down in physical form. Well, this summer I taught The Book As Art, a summer school class

GPS Drawing Project 2013

As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I needed to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Over the last couple of weeks I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and again created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We

Somerville ArtBeat 2011 Drawing Booth

I went down to ArtBeat in Davis Square in Somerville today, joining a bunch of artists sketching the crowd and other things in a booth for the event. Nothing too fancy, nothing too serious. It was nice to take three hours out and just draw nothing in particular. I did some vertical spectra drawings and