Jan 2, 2014
Jan 1, 2014
Dec 31, 2013
Dec 30, 2013
Oct 20, 2013
For the past few months I’ve been working with Urban Outfitters to make one of my most favorite drawings ever into a print for their Artists Series.
It went live yesterday and I couldn’t be more excited. We’ve got a second even more exciting project launching this spring too!
Want one? Follow the link in the photo.
Aug 24, 2013
Aug 21, 2013
Aug 1, 2013
It’s official. I’ve fulfilled my suburban destiny.
We sold our cute city row home and moved out to a better place for little Polly to run around.
I’m setting up a cute, hyper-functional, tiny, studio on the second floor and we’re building a big silkscreen studio (mostly for Robert, but he says he’ll share) in the basement.
Aug 4, 2012
Nap time=studio time.
Note the baby monitor.
Getting some drawing done again and listening to This American Life. Working on drawings. The simpler ones are better. One good one and one overworked one so far- I think I’m going to have to cut up the overworked one.
Plus I started a new sketchbook. My last one was started back in February 2011.
Jul 24, 2012
Jun 25, 2012
We took Polly to the BMA this weekend for her first big art outing.
She (and mom) were big fans of Lisa Dillin’s work in the Sondheim finalist exhibition. Mom for the artifice and fake nature and Polly for the mirrors and colored lights.
We also stopped and took pictures with all my favorite paintings in the American Modernism room. Which I like to call the room of weird paintings. It’s awesome some Arthur Dove, a small wooden horse, and this Florine Stettheimer which I have to visit each time I’m there. It totally cracks me up. Polly fell asleep long before we made it into this room but I think it still counts as her seeing it.