When I said my first art show, back in November, was “my first art show,” I guess technically that wasn’t true. (It was the first show … Continue reading Technically, I lied
At the newspaper I work at, I’m used to fast deadlines and short turnaround times. “When do I need this design done? Today? Sure thing.” That’s … Continue reading Love’s (art) labors lost
Life doesn’t suck. The Conception Arts show in Boston last week didn’t suck, either. Actually, it was pretty amazing. Terrifying, yes. But amazing. The best part … Continue reading I survived a Boston art show
What’s more terrifying than a blank canvas? A big blank canvas. Sure, anytime I’m staring at an empty page in my sketchbook, there’s a bit of … Continue reading Terror of The Blank Canvas (no not that! anything but that!)
Somehow, we’re halfway through January. One minute you’re getting ready for Christmas, then POOF! You’re staring February in the face. But this isn’t entirely a bad … Continue reading My art — in BOSTON!
They say “Hamilton” is an amazingly mind-blowing Broadway show. Often enough, I disagree with “they.” But in this case — holy cow “they” are right. It’s … Continue reading Like Hamilton, there’s a million things I haven’t done
There’s one thing I forgot to plan for my art shows. First my first-ever solo one, now my first studio one (which has an encore weekend … Continue reading Talking to humans (#introvertproblems)