My art process sometimes feels like a children’s book. Specifically, it feels like a recreation of If you give a mouse a cookie. If I want to make a decorative … Continue reading Morning glory print
The Firecracker Press sold me on the sheer excellence of letterpress art. If you’re ever in St. Louis, check them out for good design, poetry readings, edible printed tortillas, and … Continue reading DIY digression: letterpress
Correspondence art: and a scrap/accordion book to document it 1) Proust’s madeleines 2) Honkers 3) pictures of the pink/purple seal (designed with feedback from mail art #1) … Continue reading Four months of work
The fourth round of mail art went out this afternoon.
I heard this on a recent walk. Our fall colors tend to be modest, but we see a lot of Canadian geese thanks to a local wildlife sanctuary and many … Continue reading Correspondence art, Round 2
Printmaking and appropriation are closely linked in my mind. The serial quality of printmaking relates to the doppelgänger effect of appropriation in other art. My current interest in highlighting how … Continue reading Printmaking