Today I just needed to make something and feel productive. Recently, I’ve found spit painting to be a great way to jumpstart my art practice and literally get your creative juices flowing. In less than 20 minutes I painted 6 feet!! Here is what I use: Wilton’s Icing Colors Spoon Water Paper (any kind you […]Read more "Spit-Painting Demo"
A few Sundays ago I went on a drive with Mom and Dad to explore some forgotten, unknown, or neglected landmarks of Cincinnati. It’s on drives like this that I get inspired to make work and to investigate new things. First Stop: King Records where James Brown recorded many of his hits. This plaque is […]Read more "Cincinnati Adventure"
The past week or so I’ve been experimenting with piping different mixtures of paint and silicone caulk. I’m attempting to see what different varieties and effects I can come up with. Mainly, I’m feeling the influences of Farhad Moshiri and of aerial photographs of Iceland by Andre Ermolaev. I also had to use my old cake decorating supplies. […]Read more "Currently"
From Jan. 28-Feb. 2 @ the 840 Gallery DAAP UC Reception Jan. 29 3:30-5P All QR Codes are scannable. Since Mar. 2012 I’ve been working on these 14 canvases of hand-stamped acrylic codes. All these pieces come together to create The Way of the Cross. If you have a smartphone you can scan these 2 […]Read more "The Quick Response Way"