Monthly Archives: June 2018

My Artist’s Journey, Part 2: The Atlas

The mere act of seeking often leads to answers in surprising places. I was looking hard after leaving grad school – following the idea of making one-of-a-kind books that contained my images. I had made a few visual books, in essence small board books with all the wrong machine directions and improper adhesives. What I […]

My Artist’s Journey, Part 1: The Seed of the Idea

In the last part of the twentieth century, I was awarded a degree, an MFA. It was a most odd thing to me to be a ‘master’ of a fine art, especially at 25 or so years of age. In the great lens of hindsight, I recall the congratulatory remarks of my committee that were […]