Student work

Just a few examples of student work from my recently concluded foundational drawing class. The assignment was to create a self portrait using everything they learned during the semester, and, to insert something about themselves personally into the drawing. These were beginning college art students, slightly intimidated at the beginning. VERY impressed by their commitment,Continue reading “Student work”

Urban Gardens Illustrated

I am fortunate to have two of my pieces included in the upcoming exhibit “The Illustrated Urban Garden” at The Collective in Lafayette, Colorado. The exhibit will be open to the public June 2–June 30, and it will celebrate all things related to neighborhood gardens—from bees to chickens to pollinator plants. I think it willContinue reading “Urban Gardens Illustrated”

More serendipity!

I was reading a column in the paper early this morning (yes, I still read the paper at 6 am) about aging, that stated having a purpose/plan/passion as you age will extend your life. That and moving around, but I digress. Then “ping” I get an email inviting me to be an artist in residenceContinue reading “More serendipity!”

Pressing Memories from Pentagram

This little gem came in the mail today, what a nice surprise! Pentagram, the best and most accessible design firm in the world, occasionally sends out gifts in the form of their “Pentagram Papers” series. These are projects they create because they find the stories interesting—plus they are dynamite marketing tools. Nobody does this better.Continue reading “Pressing Memories from Pentagram”