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    some of the norman prints

    this is the collagraph plate for the “sleeve mandala” print. the plate is an arrangement of coffee sleeves with a central coffee cup lid, which is from my mocha i drank before the printing day.a screenprint of an image of a portion of the norman piece.the sleeve mandala print.this is the printing plate for the Read more...

     
     

    The norman piece opening the norman prints being made today and tomorrow

    i started bt making some coffee cup sleeve collagraphs, but later moved into screenprints and stir stick prints.

    Today I ducked into the amazing ou printshop to work on some prints and ephemera related to the norman piece. i started messing with making a suite of norman prints. I played around with inking up a small Read more...

     
     

    norman day 8 and 9 feelin fine

    Well I finished working on the norman piece this morning. I spent the day working on and then giving my artist talk, and just sort of hanging out around the ou art building. Tomorrow I am going to try and get in the print shop and pull some prints before the opening. I still need Read more...

     
     

    norman day 7

    the end of day seven, until eight.

     
     

    norman day 6

    managedto geti am taking the evening off to go see matt&kim, in concert…until tomorrow.

     
     

    day five of norman

    so today is the day that I began to turn a corner with the form. I should be finished with the mechanical lift tomorrow morning and moving on to ladder and ground work from here on out.one the best features of the lightwell is the ability for me to step way back from the work Read more...

     
     

    norman day 4

    what’s a day 4? why it’s for weavin stir sticks what else. until tomorrow

     
     

    norman day 3

    the sound of a tornado siren in the distance, apparently a tradition every friday at noon in norman. I am beginning to see some familiar shapes in this installation and am finally getting comfortable with the direction this one seems to be taking.

     
     

    Norman Day two

    day two , the sound of trains in the distance, thunderstorms, and crickets. Oh and some headway with the form. until tomorrow

     
     

    day one in norman

    day one in norman and the crate and materials arrived safely. I also found out that matt &kim are playing a concert here on monday, what a great break to look forward to.