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I had a studio visit with Nayland Blake today.  He pointed out something about my paintings which was important to consider, and perhaps something that I’ve unconsciously been avoiding.  Which is, where do you go from here?  How do I … Continue reading

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Last Hurrah

Today was my last day at work.  I’m leaving in three days to go to a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.  At the end of my shift I took a minute to do a final white board drawing for … Continue reading

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Fashion Show

Special thanks to my models Steve and Mary, you guys look great in the new line.  Steve’s looking quite sinister in his new super villain shoulder pads. Mary’s sporting the new cubist coon skin cap. And I’m ready to round … Continue reading

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Sightings

Here are some images I took over the past few days of some oddities I found interesting and/or comical. I took this picture while my co-worker was sleeping in the break room.  I love how at first you think it’s … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy and Slaughter

It was somewhat irritating and a bit of a disappointment to find this on the white board this afternoon.  My inclination was to alter this message by doing this (see below), but I decided against it.  Up to this point … Continue reading

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Inflatable Hand

While working today I walked around the store with an inflatable hand that I made out of a disposable glove. I waved to my coworkers as I passed by.  Some didn’t notice, others took a double take and then laughed. … Continue reading

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Inspiration

This evening I drove out to the Vermont Studio Center to see an artist talk by David Kapp.  He’s a New York painter who’s work I’ve found interesting due to his ability to walk between representation and abstraction (although it … Continue reading

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