Monday, April 30, 2012

Check out this awesome tree we found on our weekend walk. Being underneath it felt like being in someone's house.

New drawings available in the shop

Posted some new drawings up in the shop today. 

Friday, April 27, 2012

Obsessing over black paper

Here are more drawings using this nice black cardstock I just bought. The ink is gold instead of sliver this time. You can click on the titles below to purchase these in my shop:

1. This is what the moon thinks
2. These are the caves of light and dark
3. Light sway

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Getting ready for a group show in June

I'm preparing for a group show opening at the Miami International Airport in June. I'm working with liquid acrylics on a transparent surface called Dura-lar. These are large scale paintings (40" wide by 6' long) and I still have a lot to do! The above image is a detail shot. I'll post more photos after the installation.

Drawings on black paper

I worked on these small drawings yesterday and I'm pretty happy with them. It is refreshing to work on the black paper. The ink is a very subtle silver color on black cardstock.

Click on the titles below to purchase:
1. Deep and still and dark
2. The drip reached across the dark
3. The night fell away in layers
4. Time curled back again
5. Up it lifted 

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Small vertical drawings

I've been working on so many large, time consuming projects lately that I haven't sat down with my micron pens and just let myself draw. So it felt good to do these quick, effortless drawings. I like the narrow, vertical format and want to explore it more on a larger scale.

These are available for purchase in my shop.

Pieces of my notebook

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Print numbers 2/20, 10/20, 13/20 and 15/20
Each print is 11" x 14"
Archival digital print with colored microns

These are four of the twenty prints I made for the This & That print exchange. 

Monday, April 16, 2012

Images from a sunset walk with this guy.

A very old train...

We were driving back from our storage space where the majority of our studio and home is packed right now when we saw an old, rusting train between two warehouses. These are some of my favorite photos from our deserted train excursion. Also, did you know Buffalo Bill was born in Iowa?