I hung 126 portraits today in the SNAP printshop window. I am so pleased to see this project get its first showing. Here are some photos from today's installation. Because it is in a window it is hard to get a frontal view without reflections.
I participated in the Hardcopy Artist Book Fair in Edmonton four times. It was a great event to meet artists who are interested in the artist book genre and see their work.
I had three books in an exhibition at The Alberta Crafts Council here in Edmonton. July 11 - October 3, 2015 Here and There Artist Reception: Saturday, July 18 from 2-4 pm Exploring the international acclaim of Alberta fine craft artists in celebration of Craft Year 2015. You can see more images of these books... Continue Reading →
Just finished my submission to the SNAP membership print exchange. As I have been doing portraits, I thought I might as well do a self-portrait. It's called "My Selfie Self."
I spent three weeks in Australia taking in the landscape, flora, fauna, urban culture, art, food, people. Came home stuffed to the gills with ideas, new viewpoints, an enlarged notion of human history. Here are some small sketches I made there in response.
I spent two days in Kristin Meller and Raoul Velasco's atelier (L'Association pour l'Estampe et l'Art Populaire) learning etching techniques. I made four small plates. These are photos of the proofs.
This was the last of the Art of the Book exhibitions in Ventura, California that I participated in. I showed five books: So Sorry, Buried Memories, The Swan Brother and His Sister, and the two Ms. Nomers. Here are a few photos taken at the opening. It was great to watch people picking up the... Continue Reading →