I adore curating children's art. It's funny how many years of experiencing it took for me to create that very tiny sentence. Maybe 15 years? When I was 5 my kindergarten teacher let me invert an old stapler and attach boarders to her bulletin board. I guess I never looked back. She also taught me … Continue reading On learning.
"An average walk." 2018
A Boy and His Bunny, 2018 Shower Curtain, 2017 I paint a lot. Painting is like handwriting, it very distinctly transmits your stories. I work a lot in small notebooks that I try to keep, but lose track of. There are a lot of vivid stories in those notebooks. Sometimes I finish a painting that … Continue reading Painting in notebooks
The cold. When it falls at night you can look straight up at it and it feels like you're sinking into the center of the universe. It involves your bones. It smells like a star, or a planet, spread with butter. It's still. Christmas time can be onerous. It seems like everything around me is … Continue reading Christmas in Colorado