29 October 2014
10 October 2014
03 October 2014
I've kept a sketchbook for as long as I can remember. The practice intensified in undergrad and my sketchbooks became vital and dynamic extensions of my work. My studio practice changed in grad school and I started using softcover moleskins (they come in a 3 pack) as a sketchbook and notebook. I'd record critiques, observations, research, sketches and layouts. The sketchbook became less precious and more of a deposit of ideas and notes.
I've continued to use the moleskins post-grad school and they are currently filled with lots and lots of circles. The above pages are related to my horizon line series of woodblocks.
18 September 2014
I just installed a cool little show of process work including sketchbook pages, prints and woodblocks...
Check it out through the end of October at Lesley College of Art and Design, 700 Beacon Street, Boston.