Thursday, May 9, 2013
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Maine Home + Design magazine. Curator and writer Britta Konau put this year's feature together, and it was focused on artists who work in a variety of media. The quotation in my profile reads:
"Everything starts with drawing, but I’ve never felt the need to be tied to one medium. Rather, I think of myself as a story teller, and discovering what medium will best tell the story is part of my process. I like to explore the variety of experiences a viewer might have with an intimate drawing versus, say, an environment."
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Friday, February 15, 2013
I am honored to have been awarded a Ping Faculty Development Fellowship to attend the "Contemporary Art World in Context" International Faculty Development Seminar in Guanajuato, Mexico this summer. Looks like a great seminar in an incredible city. Join me! Check out details on the seminar at the CIEE site.
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Sunday, January 13, 2013
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Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Esta Tierra Plana / This Flat Earth opened this past Saturday January 5 at Embajadores Con Provisiones in Madrid, Spain. All reports are that the show and reception were excellent! It travels to Portland, Maine next month for an opening on February 8th at Rose Contemporary. More details at the Tetra Projects blog.
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Monday, December 24, 2012
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Here are a few pictures of last night's performance of Drawn and Cornered, a project presented last night at the Portland Museum of Art by me and Harold Philbrook, with assistance from Ted Hummel. The performance was one of fourteen installations and happenings that made up Nightlight, an artist "intervention" organized by Kimberly Convery.
With assistance from Ted Hummel, patrons made drawings on sticky notes in the Great Hall and brought them up the stairs to the first floor landing, where Harold and I - wearing clinical/pod-men costumes with luminous helmets - were inside two drawing labs/pods built into the bay windows of the museum. Patrons inserted their drawings into a slot in the middle of the pod, and the drawings were stuck up on the clear walls of the pod from the inside. Harold and I also created our own drawings while inside the pods. Over the course of the two-hour event the walls of the pod were eventually obscured by the drawings on both sides, viewable from the inside and the outside of the museum.
These are just a few snapshots from the night. If anyone else out there in Internetland has good pictures of the performance I would appreciate getting a chance to see them! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|photo by Kimberly Convery|
|photo by Kimberly Convery|
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Sunday, November 25, 2012
Saturday, November 24, 2012
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Saturday, November 17, 2012
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|Harold Philbrook and Jeff Badger|
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