Monthly Archives: November 2008

I did these portraits as a precursor to my next body of work which is about dialog, conversation, and body language. I used my new way of working with charcoal and gesso, but I tinted the gesso. I think it...
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Joe Ostraff is doing a show at the Sego Art Center in Provo about chicken consumption. He had artists create a 5″ x 5 1/2″ image based off a specific picture of a chick for each chicken consumed in Provo...
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I have recently been experimenting with process and media to stylize my approach to the drawing the human figure. I plan on incorporating these techniques into my future work. Mainly I have tried to loosen up while still capturing the...
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I was accepted into the “23rd Annual Religious and Spiritual Art of Utah” Show at the Springville Museum of Art.  It’s a start.  My work is on sale there....
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Emily and James planned this group installation earlier this month. We were comparing the brilliant colors of yarn with the brilliant colors of fall. We weren’t sure what we were really going to do, we just knew that we wanted...
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For my Advanced Studio course with Gary Barton, we do periodic group projects. We take turns planning them. Abby and I planned this one in October. I had been thinking about how hard it often is to sacrifice something that...
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