Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: Prismacolor

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

Process/Product Drawings And Music Tomorrow!

Tomorrow is the day! Starting at 7pm, come listen to interesting music and see my process art drawings that draw upon the concepts of graph theory. Check out the link below to see the process in action: a time-lapse video of fifteen process drawings performed for the New Gallery Concert Series at the Cambridge Art

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