Thursday, September 29, 2011

Home Again


One Day has returned home once again. Its dance card has been very full over the past year and half, travelling from Minneapolis to Michigan to Framingham to D.C and others. This recent trip was its longest yet, almost six months spent at the Textile Museum in Washington D.C. as a part of the exhibit GREEN: A Color and a Cause.

It has been a wild, wonderful ride with lots of publicity and adoring fans. It may take some time for  One Day to readjust to the quiet of my studio. Not to fear... only a few weeks until Joy St Open Studios where it will once again be in the spotlight for all those who venture into studio #4.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

What I did with my Summer Vacation

That phrase brings to mind a combo of Alice Cooper and Cheech and Chong with a little dose of my third grade teacher Miss Desmond. The difference is that I know they weren't nearly as enthralled with their summers as I was with mine this year. Good thing I suppose... there'd be a cultural void if they were.

I'd like to introduce my dog day harvest, four more members of
the Marrow series. For details please visit the page: Thanks!


Tuesday, September 20, 2011


A week in Truro with only reading and exploring on my mind. There are no words to describe.

Friday, September 9, 2011


Last week was about new beginnings... this one is about finishings. Completing a body of work always leads to the photoshoot, a day I look forward to with both excitement and trepidation. This is when I decide if it's ready to be let go. Of course all work is in a state of progression but some more than others. With the camera I can see that which I can be blind to with the naked eye.

The new work photographed this week has received its ticket to leave! It's off to Wild Things at the Gallery in the Round Barn in Waitsfield, Vermont. This show, juried by Stephanie Walker, is now even more special than before: Wild Things is a show of contemporary work inspired by nature and it is nature that scourged southern Vermont with hurricane Irene. I hope this show can help bring some positive light and diversion to a community in need.

Here are a couple of links to give context to the devastation and how to help support the relief: