January-February 2018, we were invited to put on a solo exhibition, entitled Spoiled, as Orange Barrel Industries at the Stephens Gallery, University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, AK. In February, we will visit the closing of the exhibition to present a lecture on our work and do student critiques. I’ll post more photos after our […]
I was invited to exhibit work at the Baum Gallery at the University of Central Arkansas in the exhibition Pathways: An Exhibition of Large Format & Experimental Printmaking by Gallery Director Brian Young and Assistant Professor Jessie Hornbrooke. The exhibition is on view from Thursday, January 25, 2018-Friday, February 16, 2018 with a reception: Thursday, […]
All this past week, Blake and I visited Mobile, Alabama as Orange Barrel Industries to work with the 2-D Design, Drawing, and Painting Classes at Spring Hill College to create an installation using appliqué sewn woodcut prints on fabric, crochet, and local recycling and trash. We also gave a lecture on Thursday, September 21st at […]
My piece “Bedhead Hair Ghost” was published in the July issue of The Hand Magazine! See the list of other featured artists or order a copy on their website, here: Issue #13 Artist Selections and Pre-Sale!
July 13-14th 3-6pm, I taught a hand-cut stencil with drawing fluid and screen filler screenprinting workshop for ages 17+ as a part of Southeast Missouri State University’s Art Academy Summer Art Workshops Series. A couple of pics from the workshop may be viewed, here: http://orangebarrelindustries.com/main/projects/art-academy-workshop-hand-cut-stencil-screenprinting/ You can check out the 2016 Art Academy brochure or […]
Summer 2016 This summer we are excited to be teaching 2 weeks of printmaking again at Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts for high school students gifted in the arts at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN. You can see work from our course there last summer, here: http://orangebarrelindustries.com/main/projects/tennessee-governors-school-for-the-arts/ or check out some work […]
The Butterfly Effect Organized by Fawn Atencio. Denver, CO. Portfolio Description In 1961 MIT meteorologist Edward Lorenz began contributing to a branch of mathematics known as chaos theory in an attempt to predict weather patterns. Chaos theory is the study of systems in which small changes to initial conditions, yield large differences in outcomes. Consider […]