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The Spatial Relationships

There’s a new review for Inhabited on ArtsATL! Check it out here. Works such as “All the Loose Wires” lie somewhere between still life and abstraction. Schick’s surgically precise cutouts of telephone wires and the odd shapes they take, the equipment and poles … Continue reading

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Fonts and Typography on WREK

I was one of the guests on WREK 91.1FM’s Lost in the Stacks show today. Check out the audio stream (it’s up for a week or two) and a playlist here! Here we are in the studio – thank you to … Continue reading

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Sad News

The rascally turkey from the Goat Farm Arts Center has passed away. Rest in Peace, Kingsley.

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Inhabited

My new cut paper work will be on exhibition at Kai Lin Art Gallery from May 10th – July 5th! Please come out for the opening reception on Friday, May 10th, from 7-10pm.   Kai Lin Art Gallery 999 Brady Ave NW, … Continue reading

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New Collection

One of my artists’ books, 1970: The Four Weddings, is now part of the Heard Library Special Collections at Vanderbilt University. Students, Faculty, and Staff, along with members of the public, are able to reserve time to access items in … Continue reading

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Swan Coach House – This Thursday

A selection of my On the Farm cut paper pieces will be at the Swan Coach House Gallery’s The Price is Right show from February 28 – April 6, 2013. The opening reception is this Thursday, the 28th, from 6-9pm. Find … Continue reading

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Power2Give!

The Creatives Project is starting a new program, the Capture Project, to empower young people to document their community and create change. You can help, too! Visit Power2Give to help TCP purchase cameras and other photo equipment for the students to use. … Continue reading

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