(Hephaestus) Greek Mythology lame god of fire, metalwork and craftsmen, married to Aphrodite.
I didn't want to use an excessive amount of photos in my sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: part III post--therefore this is simply the images of the exhibition gallery space in the beautiful Angra Museum.
I was surprised I slept as well as I did the night before my opening. I know I spent at least an hour awake, attempting to find a comfortable position; my mind raced with anticipation and apprehension. I felt like a child too excited and nervous to sleep before the first day of school. I'd... Continue Reading →
I recently completed this commissioned piece for a client who has been very supportive of my work throughout the last couple years. I was very excited about the challenge of this piece, but I was also a little nervous. She had sent me about sixteen VHS cases from old Shirley Temple movies. These held significant... Continue Reading →
For the third consecutive year (and third year of the project) one of my art submissions has been selected as one of the 150 works on display during a traveling exhibition. My work was also included in the beautiful 2012 Peace Project book. A 12 in x 12 in panel reproduction of this work, Give... Continue Reading →
As I mentioned in my previous post, I have an art exhibition opening later this month. The curator of my exhibition asked if I would be willing to create the marketing materials advertising my exhibition. I don't know if he wanted me to help with the design work as a way of helping to cut... Continue Reading →