Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Time. and Space.

I realized today that I have two weeks left in this semester. Also that tomorrow is December. Whoa. The future is now.

I am excited about the any-day-now birth of my best friend's little girl. I can't wait to be crazy aunt michelle to this little person, and wish I wasn't quite so far away from Murray, Kentucky.

My best friend on this side of the country is moving back to the other side of the country, and although I am super excited for him, I'm a little mopey about it too. Boo.

Sunday was great! Thanks to the Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, all the good people I talked with and shared my work with, friends and well wishers, and Wes, who helped carry a table and took these photos.

More on the Facebook page.

Thanks for your time!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Here Along the Way.

You know Maranda? One of my favorite people to laugh and cry with?

or at?

Here she is tree-climbing with kittens...

Well, Maranda is currently in Wyoming, living the life at Jentel and she is blogging about her experience: Here along the way.

I envy her snowy, thoughtful days of printing, bookbinding, baking, and blogging. God, I hate her. (I'm mostly kidding, Maranda. It's better.)

Eagle Rockin'.

This Sunday! Come say hi!

Monday, November 15, 2010

This? Good.

I think this project is worth mentioning on the ol' blog. Kyle Durrie of Power and Light Press is raising funds for Moveable Type: cross-country adventures in printing. Check it out.

What really delights me about this project? The scale model. Obviously.

I have a cold. I am not happy about it.

Thursday, November 11, 2010


Elsewhere, in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a "living museum set within a former thrift store." I am fascinated by this place. I stumbled upon it years ago (on the internet I mean) when I was in grad school. Re-stumbled upon it while opportunity-hunting earlier this week. As many of you strangers know, I have a personal and academic interest in both logical and illogical collecting, arranging, accumulation and...let me say it quietly......hoarding.


I hope to visit this place sometime. Anyone ever been there?

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A big etching plate with droplets.

And yeah, That's how I hold my writing/drawing tools.

Monday, November 1, 2010


I was "Ambiguity" for Halloween, which meant I wore many many shades of grey. Sure, it was a last-minute costume, but I thought it was quite clever and understated.

I've been printing a lot. Still.

I spent some time on friday going through my art and sewing supplies, and plan on giving some stuff away to my students (if they want any of it). Will I be using oil paint or ceramics tools anytime soon? Not bloody likely.

I'm having a fit of restlessness, and organizing/letting go of stuff helps.
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