Residencies

Residencies

Part I: Artists-in-Residence at Rouses Point, New York

Fernand L�ger, “Les Loisirs sur fond rouge,” 1949 �ADAGP, Paris, 2002 This week I attended Camp Pocket U, an experimental artists’ residency/kids’ art camp in Rouses Point, New York. A small town on Lake Champlain on the Canadian border, Rouses Point is completely unlike the wealthy waterfront town where I […]

Residencies

Pocket Utopia Residency

In this new sketchbook I’m recycling the leftover stack of June Wagmag If you’re interested in following photo updates during my Pocket Utopia residency this month, check out my new Tumblr blog here. With Tumblr, I can take pictures and videos on the cell and post them right from the […]

Residencies

January Residency at Pocket Utopia

I spent the week-long residency exploring the point where words and images intersect in my work. On Sunday, January 18, Austin Thomas and I led a think tank/salon where we talked about the meaning of Obamart, art blogging and world-making. Both the residency and the salon have provided plenty of […]

Residencies

Studio update: January Residency at Pocket Utopia

I spent the week-long residency creating circle charts, which represent the point in my work where words and images intersect. On Sunday, January 18, Austin and I led a think tank/salon where we talked about the meaning of Obamart, art blogging and world-making. The experiences yielded plenty of raw material […]

Residencies

Studio Update: So long, little shack

When I recently vacated my summer studio shack at Habitat For Artists, Simon Draper, creator/curator of the unusual HFA residency project in Beacon, NY, asked me to write a brief essay on my experience. It’s longer than my usual posts, and some of it may sound familiar from earlier Studio […]