Sooooooooo it’s been a few months of radio silence (oh, hello again) but I’ve got as good an excuse as one could hope: My wife and I had ourselves another baby back in February.
His name is Ollie and he’s a big smiley giant of a boy and we love him to death, but his arrival did kind-of-sort-of-absolutely force me to take a break from the studio and this website and blog and pretty much all things art-related.
Right before Ollie’s birth I had been working feverishly in the studio, with a daily routine of cutting and pasting and sorting scraps and generally just making all sort so new collage work. Some of it turned out to be quite good (imho) and since the ol’ website hadn’t had been updated in forever, it was time for a refresh.
So, if you’re eyeballs are craving something new to gaze upon, I humbly offer you this gallery of new collage work.
+ In other news, I’m super stoked to have been commissioned to do an illustration for the Carnegie Museum of Art’s online quarterly journal Storyboard. The piece is an expanded version of one of my few digital pieces, “Overslaugh,” which I originally made in 2011 as part of a series of collages (Connotations) inspired by dictionary.com’s Word of the Day.
As an added bonus, the CMOA’s asked me to turn the illustration into a print that you could buy in the museum’s shop. I did and you can.
+ Since I was making prints of “Overslaugh,” I took the opportunity to make prints of three new pieces, as well. All three are printed of archival quality, printed on Epson Hot Press Bright 330gsm paper, and are limited editions of 30. And all three prints are available in the shop.
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