Welcome to my blog! Here I talk about making art including all the lessons learned, in and out of the classroom.
Good art-stuff happens! It should be noted, that I wrote the blog below a couple of days ago and coming back to it now, I find it less personal, just a list really. So here is a summary of the summary. I painted a lot, took a bunch of classes and learned some new...
Introduction: On April 4th, 2019, I am the guest speaker at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center's "Conversation and Coffee", where I will be discussing the Science of Acrylic Pours. This post is a copy of a 4-page handout I have prepared to accompany my talk. ...
My “Many Moons Ago” is now part of the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Encaustic Art!
My artist’s block made way for incorporating gold leaf.
Two Workshops and some experimenting with Acrylic Pours
100 years ago two Ohio artists used art to shorten the war and change people’s lives.
It takes a community to grow an artist – how I became Artist of the Month.
Art@43023 is a small gallery in a charming Ohio village.
I’ve had a new studio for six-weeks – where’s the art I’m making?
Why do I need another studio? Only a few weeks ago I was in Berkeley, California, at Jerry McLaughlin's Advanced Oil & Cold Wax Workshop. While there, I had a break through! All of those overblown, evening news adjectives (jaw-dropping, life-changing,...