Archive for October, 2010

Wow! All of my inspiration is converging. Above, persistent anima Kiki Smith sits for Daniel Carrillo (contemporary devotee of the wet plate collodion process). And below, painter Robert Hardgrave (who I reviewed a while ago here, and who has since become a Seattle art friend) protects himself from impending doom or prepares himself for fabulous rescue in […]



I walked into this exhibition this morning and gasped. I wasn’t sure whether to pee my pants or cry. Which is appropriate, considering that the show is designed around still life as sensual catalyst. It probably also figures into one of my current obsessions– linking visual/media input to food. I find it really helpful to […]