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    can’t really complain

    this is the happiest cat in the world, he has a little bell around his neck and just pounces through the snow onto chipmunks.now i know i left my truck around here somewhere, maybe it is under that pile of snowmore of the filed behind my studioyesterday i walked circles in the snow, kind Read more...

     
     

    vermont i’m lovin it

    this is the updated drawing of how the internet really works that i am working on here. this time i am drawing out every hit that comes up under a google search of my name.the only sound for miles was the scraping of the plow blade against the road. I love fresh snow fall.
    it is Read more...

     
     

    thanksgiving in washington dc and my first 8 hours at the vermont studio center

    Thanksgiving was nice i spent it in washington dc visiting my brother. It was a great way to break up the drive to vermont. While we were in dc we had dinner with an old friend of the families, whose new business partner is the brother of connor oberst of bright eyes. I personally Read more...

     
     

    when work wear becomes fashion wear

    I love my carhart double knee work pants. i wear them basically everyday to the studio. they are truly work pants. But I have noticed a trend where people who work in gallery offices and arts administration where carhartt and dickie work pants as their daily wear. It is a strange moment in contemporary fashion Read more...

     
     

    meanwhile back in the studio

    I re hung the coffee cups so they could mingle with the related rust print and maybe give me some ideasso I have been letting the plastic piece slowly consume my coffee cup collection and in the background i have been reorganizing the rust prints to create new groupings for future shows.these are some nifty Read more...

     
     

    knoxville has got it going on

    After sumter i went to Knoxville with brooke who was attending the southeastern archaelogical convention. While brooke networked with diggers and other science types I explored knoxville, and the university of tennessee at knoxville’s, legendary printmaking program. Most of my time was spent working on applications and walking around the city of knoxville taking pictures Read more...