This coming Thursday, February 21st, a printmaking show I organized with Carolyn Muskat as juror will open at the new Nave Annex, located in bustling Davis Square in Somerville, literally right next to Redbones BBQ. Any Boston folks will definitely want to go check it out. We’ll have a closing reception on Friday the 8th
Just a quick post to mention that I am the proud recipient of an Artist’s Grant from the Somerville Arts Council. Thanks to the Council for the honor, and to the City of Somerville for being so supportive of the arts.
Today I did my first GPS drawing in a couple of years. This time I traced—as near as I could—the boundaries of the City of Somerville on my bike. Here are two versions of the results: The magenta/yellow is the path I took on my bike. The white is the official boundaries of the city.
Well, the results are in, and all three film shorts I submitted made it into the 2012 Glovebox Film Festival. Glovebox is a couple of folks crusading to get interesting art out in front of the public, and I first showed with them when I arrived in Beantown in 2008. Another short of mine was
As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I need to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Last week I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We went to a local park
I was asked to be part of the “Our Town” show at the Nave Gallery in Somerville, which features art made in and around the city. My piece is a shaped-plate print of the silhouette of the city, and is featured on the postcard for the event. I, naturally, designed the postcard. Herewith: