I just uploaded a whole crazy bunch of crap, including some new pieces, some updated versions of old pieces, and a random collection of creative detritus. As I mentioned in my last journal entry, I'm going to treat my DevArt account as a kind of scrapbook for all sorts of experiments, and my website will be the repository of my "finished" pieces.
I want to thank those of you in who were in Seattle yesterday and came out to the First Thursday Artwalk in Pioneer Square last night. I got to have a bunch of great conversations with a very diverse assortment of people, I was given some wonderful and strange gifts, and I found new ways of looking
I finally took a couple hours to photograph my currently finished paintings and sculptures, most of which I've put up on my website as well. I think my website is going to be more of a strict portfolio thing, with only finished stuff, and then this DevArt account is going to be a bit looser, with maybe some more process shots and experiments. Maybe give me an excuse to take a bunch of weird macro shots with this brand-spankin' new camera of mine.
As always, I'm happy to hear from people, especially local people. I'm a bit new to the art scene and I'm interested in doing some collaborative stuff, if I can find anyone whose aesthetic tastes ar
And it's not even over yet. I've had enough caffeine over the last four days to kill a horse. If caffeine is even lethal in high doses. Well, anyway, the horse would be super wired. The upshot of that caffeine intake is a bunch of new artwork that I displayed this Thursday at the First Thursday Art Walk in Seattle, where I live. Thanks to all of you who came on down.
Some of that artwork is in my DevArt Gallery now, and I'll try to upload photos of the rest of it soon.
As always I'm happy to talk to people who like my stuff, local or otherwise. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.