Monthly Archives: January 2010

tchotchke altars

Written on January 22, 2010 at 11:30 pm, by

I have an absurd amount of stuff for a person that does not yet own a home: books, CDs (how unfashionable), shoes I never wear (even more unfashionable) and an embarrassing amount of tchotchke. I have tiny altars of shells, feathers, stones, pebbles, rocks, sand dollars, crab claws, and what seems like entire forest of Continue Reading »

current reading

Written on January 12, 2010 at 1:24 am, by

These books are currently blowing my mind: Stephen Shore – American Surfaces Stephen Shore – Uncommon Places Terry Falke – Observations in an Occupied Wilderness And the books I find myself revisiting, once again: Alex Soth – Sleeping By The Mississippi (I have a first edition!) Joel Sternfeld – American Prospects All I want to Continue Reading »

and winter begins…

Written on January 3, 2010 at 11:43 am, by

The holidays are over, which means that school is gearing back up for winter quarter. Classes start tomorrow and I’ll be teaching another section of foundation drawing as well as a revised and improved printmaking course focusing on relief applications. Should be fun but exhausting. The studio is fully booked and I’m going to have Continue Reading »