I’ve got a post up over at Mid West Capacity on a recent painting show at the University of Richmond Museum…
and there’s been some coverage in the local paper of my new show at Perlow-Stevens Gallery. Cool.
In celebration of the show here’s a shot of one of the woodblocks used to make the Quintessence Series…
David Spear and I will be having a joint exhibition entitled “Concerning Composing” from September 1 through September 28th at Perlow-Stevens Gallery here in Columbia, MO. I hope to see a ton of people there. You can search this blog for more examples from the works I am submitting. Here’s one of them.
We’ve put out a catalog for the show. You can take a look here. It features statements by both of us and a selection of the work. Check it out.
i’m going to be starting a series of prints devoted to the biblical book of lamentations, chapter 3, verses 1 through 20. i’ve wanted to make a specifically biblical body of work over the last few years. i wanted an unconventional text and this is it. check it out here.
the final project will be entirely prints, with a portion of the edition bound together as artist books.
And a shot of the current stage of the Iconoclast painting in progress…
I’ve enjoyed the Writing Intensive Faculty Workshop put on by the Campus Writing Program here at the University of Missouri. I’ve really appreciated all the talks by the Program’s guests and Jeff Rice, the current CWP Director.
Me in my studio during grad school – Indiana University – sometime early in 2004. Upper right corner – my Lionel Richie “Patron Saint of Painting” icon, collaboration between Maximillian Hernandez and my collage. It’s hanging in my current studio, too.
“VOLUME, NOT FEATURES” …words to live by.
A traveling survey exhibition of Richard Diebenkorn’s Ocean Park Series is slated to begin in 2010. Read more about it HERE, and see Tyler Green’s posting about the show HERE. Personally, I can’t wait.
Related: Some Thoughts on Loving Diebenkorn’s Work.
“My freedom will be so much the greater and more meaningful, the more narrowly I limit my field of action and the more I surround myself with obstacles.” – Richard Diebenkorn
UPDATE: I know this post gets quite a few hits and that means that people are seeking information about the Diebenkorn show. As far as I know that show has been pushed back indefinitely. You can see more info about the postponement here.
well, i think i’m starting to get something here… still feels really staged and posed… will work on that this week.
Here is a selection of some student artworks from the drawing sessions I conducted at the University of Missouri this July…