Monthly Archives: June 2011

Process: Courage to Finish

I’ve been working on this body of work for awhile. It’s a series of paintings that incorporate domestic objects interrupted by natural imagery. I’ve been focusing this body of work on painting. ┬áSimply painting. I do a lot of mixed … Continue reading

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Feasting: Apricot Mousse Cake

There are some days that are simply not complete without cake. These include: Birthdays, anniversaries, and high school break-up days. There are also days that may not require cake, but are exponentially bettered by it. These include: Mother’s day, Family … Continue reading

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Process: A Sea Snail and Colored Pencil Shavings

One of my current exercises is to make small drawings of beautiful things, with no larger intention in mind. You see, there can be a lot of pressure in making large bodies of work, with unified themes, addressing complex theoretical … Continue reading

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