Though I keep thinking I am finished making books for my upcoming exhibition at the Hickory Museum of Art in 2022, I find I am still coming up with thoughts that I can’t get out of my head until I make the book. So here is my latest one called Retreat. It is made insideContinue reading “New Book”
PLEASE NOTE: My website has move. This site will remain up as a blog with a few other information tabs at the top. You can access my new website from the top menu or here. The books I have worked on over the past few months have in common the topic of multiculturalism, but eachContinue reading “Diversity, Friendship, Unity: New Artist Books”
Swarthmore College Library is presenting Hyper Local: New Works in the Swarthmore College Libraries Collection. I am honored to be part of this collection and exhibition. Because of the current health situation, this exhibition is available online. Click here to view the 24 books included.
Since I have mainly lived in the same geographic area for most of my life, the cultural encounters I had with food tended to be more influenced by late 19th and early 20th century European immigrants from many countries. Upon moving to the South, I realized that since the population was historically different, many ofContinue reading “Food, Culture, and Assumptions”
A week or two ago I had written about the process of making an artist book using my piece Bedtime Story picture above. The piece is now complete with the exception of a slipcase which I am in no hurry to make at the moment. As mentioned before, the inspiration for this piece was aContinue reading “Bedtime Story ~ Completed Artist Book”
Several months ago, I watched a wonderful video called Between the Folds which went into great and surprising detail on the art of paper folding, also known as origami. The video covers way beyond what we traditionally think of and even gets into how the art form is also being used by scientists to study complicatedContinue reading “Process of Making an Artist Book”
Some where in the early 2000s, my imagery and the associated symbols in my work took a turn away from buildings and houses. When they did show up, they tended to be less of the main point and more part of an entire message. Around this time I became interested in book arts and installations. Continue reading “The Origins of the Cookie Cutter House Project ~ Part 3”