Art

September Sourcebook (I)

I do this thing, where I accumulate pieces of visual reference material, to use later. Then I lose them. So I’m going to put them here, where I can find them again. And you can see some stuff that I’m thinking about, if you like! None of these images are mine, and I cannot tell […]

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“Bebop: The Musical” @ Puppet House

There’s no people like puppet people. They (okay, we) are a truly hilarious and weird bunch. I don’t puppeteer, myself, but local Puppetmistress Carrie Morris (who leads the charge over at CMAP, in the Puppet House on Carpenter) figured out about my deep roots as a costumer, and engages me, on occasion, to make costumes […]

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My Life: A Slideshow

For the Creative Capital workshop I had to put together some kind of 3-minute presentation on my work. NBD, right? Well, it’s kind of hard to sum up the work of an art critic, other than to read some arts criticism, which I was definitely not going to stand up there and do. In frustration, […]

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Hoard 1:12 // TRIGGER WARNING – spiders

Is there anything greater than a friend who really gets you (and likes you anyway)? There is not. One such friend of mine happens to be esteemed person, accomplished mystery/thriller novelist, and NYT Bestseller Chelsea Cain. I know, right? Don’t be jelly. Chelsea and I connect on a number of issues, but none so much as stuff. We like […]

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Interview with Tom Laverty for Live In Woodbridge

I got to take a break from landscaping over in Woodbridge to speak with Tomas Laverty (who took the above photo). He interviewed me for an ongoing series about the “Workers of Woodbridge”–which includes interesting interviews with other artists, like Nicole McDonald. I mostly spent the time cutting roses and agitating about the rights of […]

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