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View photos of WARM's marvelous 40th Anniversary show here.
The "WARM Pop!" pop-up exhibit I coordinated with Alis Olsen for WARM in July of 2012 is featured in the Starling Project publication "Your Idea Here: A Toolkit for Unlocking the Community Potential of Vacant Storefronts." Several other Irrigate and WARM artists are also included.
"You know how they say you should talk to your plants to help them grow? I totally talk to my paintings in the same way." Find out what I say to them, & read more of my artist's insights in my 2011 Local Artist Interview.
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I took the day off work at the day job today to finish recovering from staying up all night on Saturday night for Northern Spark, and am attempting to turn it into a studio work day…currently getting distracted adding new … Continue reading
I awoke at 4am last night (I mean, this morning) and discovered a scrunched up bunch of black electrical tape stuck to my arm. I have no idea where it came from. For some reason my immediate thought was “Hey, … Continue reading
I was cleaning up my apartment and found this paper cd envelope that I “illustrated” a few years back. I can’t remember what the cd was that was supposed to be inside it, or why I made it. Clearly I … Continue reading