Category Archives: print
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
Two shows in the next two weeks! Join Laura Cleary and I this Friday at CherryLion Studios for the opening reception of Intersecting Binaries, a collaborative exhibition of prints, drawings, and books. Next Friday, December 14th, visit Kai Lin Art … Continue reading
Head on over to the MINT Gallery to see Untitled: Too Good for Words, a “collection of work by some of our old favorites as well as some new artists recently discovered via applications to our Leap Year Program. All work was … Continue reading
Road Trips 1969/2007 will be included in a new publication, 1,000 Artists’ Books: Exploring the Book as Art. The book is organized by different types of bindings, and Road Trips, a tunnel book, will appear in the “accordion and foldable … Continue reading
Straw Hat Press, the collaborative printshop adventure I am starting with Laura Cleary and Shaun McCallum, has a new blog! Visit http://www.strawhatpress.com to learn all about the Press as we get it started. Thanks to Augusta Wilson for keeping our … Continue reading
As you may have read in the Creatives Process interview, one of my monotypes was selected as a finalist for Akua’s Fade to Black: Small Print Competition. If you haven’t voted yet, I could still use your help to win one … Continue reading
The Creatives Project recently posted an interview with me in their column The Creative Process. You can read Jonathan Williams’s article here. And below you can see the final version of the monotype I was printing during the studio photoshoot.