I recently worked with Heidi Easudes at Arrive Magazine, the on-board mag for Amtrak. (see illos in context here) The article was about the feasts you could have going up and down the Northeast. I must say, it made me quite hungry for lobster, mussels, crab, and MAINE.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Back from Oaxaca! It was so great, pics to come soon.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
A couple nights ago, my boyfriend and I went on a date to watch the newly remastered Breathless. I hadn't seen this film since I was in college and I forget how beautiful it is and how stunning Jean Seberg is. If you haven't seen it and you're into French New Wave films, its worth watching. And if you aren't into French New Wave, you'd probably fall asleep but might enjoy the french fashion!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Since cleaning out is the theme this week, I'm participating at a Garage Sale with some amazing designers/artists this weekend. I'll have my artwork, prints, and other things I've been stashing away. Starts tomorrow!
The last of these clean-outs. You guys on the interwebs get first dibs, whatever is leftover I'm taking to the garage sale tomorrow! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you see something you like!
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Hello everyone! I've been cleaning out my "art closet" and thought that these pieces should go to a home rather than sitting away in a closet, so I'm putting them up for sale!
These pieces are pieces that were commissioned for illustration jobs or zine originals. Its once in a blue moon that I do this, but I hope you like what you see!
Also, any item over $100, I plan on donating 10% of the funds to Oceana. I can only accept paypal or US checks and postage will be added onto the sale price. (Usually $4.95 priority mail, unless its international) Feel free to email me with questions! email@example.com
Monday, June 7, 2010
There is art in craft and it is exampled beautifully in Alison Elizabeth Taylor's pieces. She uses wood inlay like a painter uses paint through the craft of marquetry. Her show, Foreclosed, at James Cohan Gallery is not only beautiful aesthetically but conceptually as well. If you're in the New York area, it is not an exhibit to be missed.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Rich Jacobs is one hell of a guy (i dare you to try to find someone who will say otherwise), and he always puts on the best shows. Picking from a list of highly regarded people to unknowns, he sure knows what he's doing. And he's doing it again, with another Move Show at Space 1026. I am humbled to be showing with many of these people and to be asked again. Here's my piece, although I wish I had more time its a start (just a start) to breaking my hiatus.