Chalk and Bull Story

Chalk and Bull Story

Who the wind saw in the ribbon, Paris, France

Who the wind saw in the ribbon, Paris, France

Where one sits outside Le Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France

Where one sits outside Le Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France

I have a poem in the latest issue of CutBank.

I have a poem in the latest issue of CutBank.

Don’t Take Pictures, a magazine put together by the Kiernan Gallery, is just out. It features my work — including an archival digital print available for sale — as well as the work of five other artists.
“The title, Don’t Take Pictures, is a reference to the language of photography. Over the years the term “taking pictures” has been replaced with “making pictures.” This publication focuses on the creative process involved in the making of photographs.
In addition to the magazine itself, each month one of the six featured artists will have one of their images for sale exclusively through the gallery. Each image is roughly 6×9, signed, numbered in an edition no higher than five, and has a sale price no higher than $200. This work can be purchased exclusively through the magazine’s website. The full amount of the sale goes to the artist.”
—from Don’t Take Pictures' website

Don’t Take Pictures, a magazine put together by the Kiernan Gallery, is just out. It features my work — including an archival digital print available for sale — as well as the work of five other artists.

The title, Don’t Take Pictures, is a reference to the language of photography. Over the years the term “taking pictures” has been replaced with “making pictures.” This publication focuses on the creative process involved in the making of photographs.

In addition to the magazine itself, each month one of the six featured artists will have one of their images for sale exclusively through the gallery. Each image is roughly 6×9, signed, numbered in an edition no higher than five, and has a sale price no higher than $200. This work can be purchased exclusively through the magazine’s website. The full amount of the sale goes to the artist.”

—from Don’t Take Pictures' website

A last circle of summer.

A last circle of summer.