Stranger in the City

November 22, 2010Journeys, Photographs

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that I like to explore and photograph art in other cities, then try to write up some kind of original blog post about unexpected finds, like these in Philadelphia, Portland, Seattle, and Kansas City. I don’t know why I’ve never thought to do this … Read More

How do you make a really big ice cube?

October 15, 2010Journeys, Other Artists

I enjoy telling people that I work in an old peanut butter factory, next door to a paper cup factory, and down the street from a donut factory. So it should be no surprise that I was thrilled to receive an invitation to a party in an old ice house in Brick City. An ice … Read More

Have Extension Cord, will travel

July 18, 2009Exhibitions, Journeys

Welcome to my temporary office. Please have a seat, if you don’t mind a small child-sized chair. I have to admit that I travel with ridiculous amounts of gadgets and electronics. But the most important thing I’ve learned is to also bring an extension cord. It’s much more fun to work in galleries than hotels. … Read More

Modern Materials and friends

July 16, 2009Exhibitions, Journeys, Quilts

Last weekend at the opening of Modern Materials: The Art of the Quilt was a real treat. The [Artspace] at Untitled gallery was my kind of space — mix of old and new and art galore. Flavored largely by the art collection of eye of [Artspace] Founder Laura Warriner, the gallery sits on the edge … Read More