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The rabbit goes around the tree and into the ground, and other tales . . .

Gothic Vessel & me @ Form, Not Function, Carnegie Center for Art & History

Occasionally I do an Internet search with my name + art because you just never know (and sometimes perhaps ignorance IS bliss), but this time when I did it, this link to a short video came up of me demo’ing to high school art students how to sew down sequins and do a “shi-sha” mirror [...]

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That’s what I get . . .

Gothic Vessel (After Duccio)

for fussing on about not having a lot going on, since the universe has now handed me a stack of self-induced and externally requested activities. Out of the Concourse Gallery exhibition in Upper Arlington (read: Columbus), Ohio, came a visiting artist residency opportunity at their high school! So I’ll be up there the 22nd/23nd (of [...]

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MSU Summer Arts Academy wrapping up

SAA Textile Artwork

Today’s the last day of the MSU Summer Arts Academy, and we’ve had a fun and productive time with the seven high school students from across Kentucky that have worked in the areas of photography, mixed media & shaped paintings, digital art and textiles.  Guess which one I was in charge of . . . [...]

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Art from the Heartland Exhibition @ the Indianapolis Art Center, etc.

Me @ Art from the Heartland Exh @ Indy Art Center

This weekend, Pete and I took off to the midwest, possible snowstorm be damned, to go to the Art from the Heartland exhibition opening reception at the Indianapolis Art Center.  Great event, beautiful Michael Graves building, fantastic artwork.   Rare as it is that I leave the hills to actually go to an exhibition in [...]

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