Monthly Archives: June 2014

Road Trip

A week or two ago, I had occasion to drive through parts of southwestern Ohio. Being from the east, I was taken by the flat open farm fields and enormous expanses of sky. I am used to seeing only small … Continue reading

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Found objects

Always keep stuff that you make. You never know who might like it and want to buy it. Just as important, it gives you an idea about where you have been and maybe where you are headed. A recent studio … Continue reading

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How it happens

Artwork is often a matter of chance. This compressed charcoal drawing is a case in point. It happened as a result of chaos. From about the middle of March until now, early June, I disassembled, moved and reassembled my studio. … Continue reading

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