I love rainy days in Phoenix. Especially hopelessly, tragically, unforgiving rainy days in Phoenix. We switch gears. We don’t seem to know what to do. And, instead of bringing sadness, it renews hope. It makes me thinky think. Lately, I’ve been thinking about how to bridge the gap between intent awareness in an art space […]
Listening to the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire and witnessing the barrage of events, commentary on events, commentary on the commentary on events and general nonsense that takes place on the media, it’s hard to not draw a parallel. My efforts at making sense of it so far have only brought me frustration. […]
It has literally been years since I’ve been able to spend an art week to concentrate, relax and focus on nothing else but working on some artwork. Seems crazy since some artists have weeks, months, maybe even a year to devote to creating their work. I have no excuses. It is what it is. I […]
It’s been a busy month! I also started a new hand-drawn map of Downtown Phoenix for the new Found:Re hotel on Portland and Central. I’m super excited about this one since I think I’ll be able to add a lot more detail than in the previous maps I’ve done. I’m also hoping to point some […]
Wow. Two art events for me, not just in one week but on one day! I found out that the traces of a piece I did years ago for a SMoCA drawing exhibition, curated by the brilliant Cassandra Coblentz (now at the Orange County Museum of Art) is being included in a new SMoCA show.
I’m excited to be sharing my new series of horizon drawings at The McKinley Club in downtown Phoenix. This is a co-working and small offices space that was beautifully renovated. Thursday, they have their weekly Happy Hour from 5pm-7pm. Then, this Friday, they’re hosting a Community Yard Sale from 7-10pm where anyone can bring things […]
Lola Coffee Horizon drawing, 9″ x 12″, ink and pen on paper Looking through a window, the horizon line is framed instead of being open. The breath or air leaks out over the top as it tries to push through the constraints. The breath also grows larger as it reaches the top of the boundary. I […]