Things are beginning to turn the corner and art production, while only existing in the deep past, seems to be building towards happening again soon. Writing, sketching and a mural make up the bunch of my workload this month.
February is always an ugly, cold, grey month. It’s a good time to ignore the wintry weather outside and get some work done inside. This month in studio a lot of time was devoted to writing, budgets, and future opportunities.
They say April is the cruelest month, but May always serves as a harbinger of doom. Setting up for survival in the summer months is one of the hardest tasks I experience as an artist. The other is getting people interested in buying art to finally commit.
Some new oil paintings, drawings, stretchers, and some writing all happening in the studio. Scroll down to see some of the work in progress and catch up with all the latest developments.
June, 2018: Here’s the latest updates from the art world, stories I found to entertain, educate and horrify you. Today’s links look at color, and then falls into the malaise of following artists trying to make money. Take a look around and see what’s happening in the art world:
Sometimes strange side projects (especially writing projects) take on a life of their own and become the main focus. These projects shuffle their way to center stage and keep the other ideas simmering in the background for a little bit. These side projects help reinvigorate me, and allows me reevaluate the main focus of my…
April, 2018 – I got out of the studio for a bit with a trip to Pittsburgh to see some art, eat some food and tag along in the scholarly/literary circles of the 2018 NEMLA convention.