Archive for December, 2010

january shows


My new work (O Mountain) will be up and at ’em in two locations in January. I’m very excited to announce that I’ll have work at G.Gibson Gallery here in Seattle. Some newer small drawings will be there that have only been shown in Miami, as well as a handful of the mountain pieces that […]

…and solaris


I’m in the middle of Solaris. (This is a bit of an embarrassing admission. Once it’s nighttime, and the kids are all tucked away, even my love of Tarkovsky can’t keep me from getting dozy at his films’ pace. So I’m not watching it as I know it should be… in one long sigh). But […]

“You are holding in your body the dark seed of my sleep.” Wendell Berry (from The Country of Marriage) In the above pieces, and more to come, I’ve been thinking about unknown spaces (especially those that recede into darkness) and how they can function in a drawing. There’s something both frightening and inviting about the […]

{above: Tiffany Bozic} Time is terrifying. Can I get a witness? When I read “A Wrinkle in Time” as a child, Madeleine L’Engle blew my mind into orbit. I remember lying in bed with the universe spinning around me, trying to comprehend the beginning and end of my life– trying to imagine the world before […]