Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cameron Seipp’s Portrait of the Artist

This image was shot in the drawing and painting room by Cameron, yet another intermediate photography student.  I like how he blew out the color and contrast on the image.  The couch is a ratty thing that rendered so dark, … Continue reading

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Austin Tott’s Portrait of the Artist

Shocking really.  Austin Tott is a VERY talented student that we have who has been working on a 365 photo project where he is creating one photo a day.  Having seen his work, and the sense of adventure in his … Continue reading

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The rest of the speech.

All the new illustrations for Clella Jaffe’s book “Public Speaking:  concepts and skills for a diverse society” are done.  Thought I’d give you a look see of the last two new ones: I was in need of getting these illustrations … Continue reading

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Art Opening Friday May 13th 6:30-7:30

My two collage/painting on glass pieces are a part of the rock, paper, show that opens this Friday at Bush Barn Art Center in Salem.  Unfortunately I won’t be able to be there – but there are some other wonderful … Continue reading

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Nicole Johnson’s Portrait of the Artist

Here is yet another photo by one of the intermediate photography students.  I found this quote and thought you’d find it appropriate: Gustave Flaubert to Louise Colet, August 1846:  “What stops me from taking myself seriously, even though I’m essentially … Continue reading

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The Journey of “A Bigger World…” One

So the book “A Bigger World Yet, Faith, Brotherhood, and Same Sex Needs” has been in the hands of others now for over a month.  It’s been interesting seeing the books get out there.  I feel like they’re little seed … Continue reading

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1919 French postcards reconfigured

I was invited this Spring to create a piece for the Bush Barn Art Center down in Salem, specifically for an exhibit that opens up here in May called “Rock Paper Scissors.”  In the winter while down in Arizona I … Continue reading

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