Monthly Archives: January 2011

Portrait of the Artist as a 33-Year-Old man.

I’m teaching drawing 2 this semester, and currently have them working in colored pencil.  It is a media I use to do a lot of work in for over ten years.  I like it for its’ immediacy, and its’ watercolor … Continue reading

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Surrender Everything

The largest piece in the current show I have at University of Portland is a work I’ve been plugging away on for some time entitled, “Surrender Everything.”  For the work, I wanted to create sculptural figures that were a bit … Continue reading

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Put Together at the Minthorne Art Gallery

You know you gotta love it when an artist takes the ordinary and makes the extraordinary. I have the privilege of running the Minthorne Art Gallery at George Fox, and this next month have curated a show featuring two assemblage … Continue reading

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Keeping Vigil; Up and Running

As of Monday “Keeping Vigil” a solo exhibition of 18 of my works is currently up for a month at University of Portland.  If your in the neighborhood please stop by and check the exhibition out. The artist reception will … Continue reading

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St. Jerome visits the studio

After the holidays here I’m busy getting work done that will be in the “Keeping Vigil” solo exhibition I have at University of Portland that opens Monday on the 10th. The last piece that has been on the docket is … Continue reading

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