Tag Archives: Edgar Allan Poe

New exhibits and a little political play

Here’s the scoop on some upcoming exhibits I’m participating in that I hope will interest you: On and Off the Page The City Gallery in Charleston is hosting an exhibit of book arts with work by more than 40 artists … Continue reading

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Summer Gloom

I have never understood why some people fight off doom and gloom by embracing all things bright and beautiful while others go even darker as a way to work it out. I, of course, am one of the latter. This … Continue reading

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Spring Melee

A melee is a brawl, and this fits typical March weather as well as my most recent papercuts. Last month I joined the Del Ray Artisans, an artists’ co-op in Alexandria Virginia.  This makes some sense if you know that … Continue reading

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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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Island Days

I’ve just finished four wall calendars for my Redbubble store. I love calendars because they are mini exhibits that you appreciate slowly, throughout the year. One of them, The Year in Illuminations, consists of twelve black and white drawings to … Continue reading

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Dark Edges

Here’s the first in a new series of paper cuts inspired by the fiction of Edgar Allan Poe : “The Gold Bug” narrates in black tyvek, acrylic ink, and metallic spray paint, the story of a beach-combing member of the … Continue reading

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