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I’ve tried to figure out what to do on top of the Gray and white spray paint base of this painting for three years now. Finally settled on some collage, keeping it simple and calling it good

I’ll lose my mind if I work on this anymore. It’s done!

Oh man it’s almost done!

Don’t often deal with weather conditions in my work, but sometimes it’s just gotta snow in August

I was looking for this shot of the old barn to work from… found it!


Studio Sessions interview with Stacy Scibelli

Studio Sessions interview with Stacy Scibelli

My interview with New York-based fabric artist Stacy Scibelli is now live on Big Red & Shiny, listen by following the link below.

Listen to Studio Sessions: Stacy Scibelli on Big Red & Shiny

About Stacy: Stacy earned her BFA as the Massachusetts College of Art in 2004, and her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2009. Working in fabrics, Stacy’s work often involves creating unique articles…

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Unintentionally channeling yoonmi

Trying to work with these photos of a collapsed barn in Lecompton, Kansas to make what will hopefully be a fresh new large-scale piece soon.  Drawing Piles of boards and rubble is always more difficult that I think it is going to be though.

Studio Sessions interview with artist Ashley Billingsley

Studio Sessions interview with artist Ashley Billingsley

In the latest Studio Sessions podcast I have a discussion with Ashley Billingsley about the ideas at play in her latest series of work, which focuses on detailed pencil renderings of several frames from a Kurosawa film, and also some of her older work that predates this series.  Follow the link below to listen to the full interview on Big Red & Shiny.

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