Archive for June, 2011



Now that my feet are wet with animation, I’m curious about how it can fit inside my practice fluidly. This example of Louise Despont’s animation of her own drawings is inspiring (be sure to watch the little animation on the lower right). I grew up with 70s Sesame Street and in Montessori school, so there’s […]



FILTER Volume 3: Literary Journal Release Party Fremont Abbey Arts Center Seattle, WA Filter Vol. III Release Party An evening of readings from Zachary Schomburg, John Osebold, Stacey Levine, Maged Zaher, Karen Finneyfrock, Ed Skoog, Elizabeth Colen, Elissa Washuta and Sarah Bartlett . Freshly letterpressed copies of the book will be available for purchase. Friday, […]

“I do not paint scientific discoveries or philosophies. Art is not ethical, moral, or even rational and not automatic. I paint aesthetic analogies belonging and sharing with everything. I paint to make friends and I hope I will have as many as Mozart.” Agnes Martin I’m not sure I agree wholeheartedly with the statement above, […]



I’ve been reading, and really enjoying, Margaret Davidson’s Drawing book aforementioned (last post, yo). Recently, I exclaimed in all sincerity that drawing was one of the best things in the world. Weird as it is, I really believe that. Other pursuits carry a similar weight for me– music, for instance– but the exclamation is wholly […]