XXL Relief is an exhibition put on by my friend and constant source of inspiration, Paul Mullowney, of Mullowney Press. The event takes place during Southern Graphics Council International, hosted this year in San Francisco. I'll have one of my Cathedral Suite prints on display, alongside some over-sized prints by amazing artists. There's also an after party. It's gonna be BIG.
Today I am launching a kickstarter campaign to learn the process of Japanese woodblock printmaking at the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory, in Japan. Throughout my practice, I continuously find myself drawing from antiquity to better understand present dilemmas relating to identity and the habitual dependance on technology. As my primary medium is woodcut printmaking, learning how to print in the mokuhanga style feels natural.
I expect this residency at MI-LAB to establish a solid foundation that I can use to create multi-color woodblock prints with water-based inks. I'm also expecting my carving and knife sharpening skills to shoot through the roof! Can't wait to learn how to sharpen the Japanese way!
Check out the Project here: http://kck.st/1fRYwSo
View of Rehabilitation, a 40" X 58" woodcut on Japanese paper has been accepted into The Atlanta Print Biennial! The Reception is on November 15, from 7-9 PM. If you're in the area, please mark your calendars! Held at Erickson Clock, 364 Nelson St SW, Atlanta GA 30313.
Hope to see you there!
If you're around the Boston Area, please attend the 2013 Boston North American Print Biennial. The opening reception is this Sunday, October 27th, from 3-5 PM, with a Juror's Talk at 1:30 PM.
My print, View of Augmentation, has been awarded the Boston Printmaker's Prize, and I would love the opportunity to share this success with friends, family, and colleagues in person, if you are in the area.
Hope to see you at the reception!
View of Augmentation (woodcut, 40" X 58") has received The Boston Printmakers Prize and is now part of the print collection at The Boston Public Library!
If you're in the area, please attend the opening reception at the Boston Print Biennial on Sunday, October 27th, from 3-5 PM. Hope to see you there!
Hi everyone, today I launched a Kickstarter campaign to help pay for the travel and material expenses for my upcoming residency at the Vermont Studio Center. I've backed projects before (the incredible flipbookit tugged at my film and animation heartstrings), and it feels exciting to be on the receiving end of the process, now.
Most of all it is exciting to have the support of my fan base of friends, family, colleagues, and art-collectors. Click the link below to check out the campaign page.