Seminole Canyon

It’s been a while, but here’s a new one, still-in-process of becoming an artist book — notes from my journey around the United States after calling it quits with teaching art in the California prison system.  This segment of the trip starts in southwest Texas during the freeze of an ice storm and ends up… Continue reading Seminole Canyon

Seager Gray Gallery

Last week Oola and I did a road trip and spent some time camping with California’s biggest and hungriest mosquitoes.  Also shared coffee next to some old guys in bicycle spandex.  Happily we arrived in the Bay Area itchy but not with too much psychological damage to visit family and friends. One highlight of the… Continue reading Seager Gray Gallery

The Horsemen of the 21st Century

The drawings have been getting darker over the past year.  In my new artist book The Horsemen of the 21st Century I remember an event from one night of camping in the Sierras. We are tented on frosted ground near the edge of a night forest. A pounding of hooves rushes close by. Deer? we… Continue reading The Horsemen of the 21st Century

NRA

The NRA came to town, and Port Angeles folk greeted them with a die-in.

UNRESTRICTED: an Exploration of Artist Books

Yesterday was the opening day of Unrestricted: an Exploration of Artist Books at the Port Angeles Fine Art Center.  The show will be open through May 13, 2018. This exhibition is a collaboration with the Cynthia Sears Collection in the Sherry Grover Gallery, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. For those of you who can’t travel to… Continue reading UNRESTRICTED: an Exploration of Artist Books

Meditations on a Credit Card

Nine months of work and anxious procrastination later, and I have finally finished my artist book “Meditations on a Credit Card”.  I call this the completion of a Journey of Sorts. I received a Visa card. This card is dark grey with red edges such that when one looks into the wallet, this card shows… Continue reading Meditations on a Credit Card

Clothes Oft Proclaim the Man

There is a wonder-filled show at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, coinciding with this year’s celebration of Shakespeare in  the Woods.  Curated by Richard Stevens, the exhibit displays costume reproductions in the styles of the times in which Shakespeare lived and worked.  A click on any image will fetch a larger image, easy return… Continue reading Clothes Oft Proclaim the Man