Tag Archives: artist’s book

My community art month

This is a good month for getting out there and sharing art with others. Also, Carl is in Africa for a month. so here’s how I am staying busy: I am going to attend a “figure drawing” session at Redux … Continue reading

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Welcome, 2016

The holiday season is my time for reflection and clearing out cobwebs. While sifting through my online images, I was pleased to find this blog entry by a poet who was inspired to write a poem based on one of … Continue reading

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Tiny Art from the Lowcountry

It’s a steamy summer here in the Charleston area, and my latest art-o-mat project fits it just about right: alligators, swamps, and the devil. (For more on art-o-mat, please read “Kerplunk!” June 1, 2014) The short story is about a … Continue reading

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Blue Ridge Art Days

This was my summer for exhibiting in North Carolina, meaning I drove from our mountain home in Jonas Ridge to Hickory and to Chapel Hill for installations and a reception in late May and early June. To my relief, everything … Continue reading

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Ghost Store

Instead of a ghost story, my latest creation is a ghost store, actually three of them.   I have created my own invisible mall to wander through. Here is the sign that would hang outside, if this were a ghost store … Continue reading

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ZZZZZZZZZZZines

A couple of years ago, someone hosted the “First Annual Southeast Zine Fest” in Charleston. I missed it and have been disappointed that a repeat event was not scheduled. In case you’re wondering, a zine is a handmade magazine or … Continue reading

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Kerplunk!

Late last month I finished my first order of 50 boxes for Art o Mat cigarette dispensers. Here’s what 50 versions of Dr. O looks like. There is more on Dr. O’s “marvelous mysteries” posted on the Artist’s Book page … Continue reading

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