This photo is so visually arresting! And, the more I researched and learned about it, the more compelling its story was. The image was found in the William Deming Hornaday… Read more Brownsville Snake Hunters, 1900s →
I’m always interested in how creative people structure their time, so I thought I’d share a little bit about how I work. Especially since what so many people see is… Read more Art,Work and Cats on a Thursday →
More printmaking experiments! These are Posca marker on Dura-lar. It’s a different look than the paint on plexiglass, but same process. This was a nice alternative for a quick visit to my studio when I didn’t have the time or focus to get out my paints/inks or work from a large plate. I still have some extras to add, but in general, I like the direction they’re headed.
Late last year, I posted about taking a “sabbatical year” to focus on my personal and professional creative work. Whether you call it Murphy’s Law or the universe saying “hold… Read more Establish →