Posts Tagged ‘Art Students League’

Workshops, Shows and Free Stuff Scheduled for Spring ’16

January 25, 2016

It has been a busy beginning to 2016, and I’ve neglected to post in a while. It’s been a good start to what looks to be a hopeful, transformative year. I’ll post upcoming ASLD classes, library workshops and samplers here. You can find all of the various links on that page. A couple Of notes: This Spring’s […]

2016 | Art Shows, MoPrint 2016, Workshops | Tags: , , Comments (0)

Can I Take My Books to Heaven?

January 19, 2015

I’ve spent the last few weeks either working long hours at my temp job at DU, or on the couch reading under a blanket in the frigid, dark days. I got a lot of reading done, so I’m posting more mini-reviews today. Now it’s getting noticeably brighter, the job is done, and I’m getting back into a […]

2015 | Art Students League, Books, Comics, Music, Workshops | Tags: , , , , Comments (0)

Team of Rivals

October 6, 2014

I’m posting this pic of a collaboration I did with ceramic artist Donna Schnitzer for a show at Republic Plaza called Interplay. It was designed to hightlight the professional artist/ mentor-to- student relationships the Art Students League of Denver wants to encourage. In this case, Donna is a long time, very experienced professional ceramic artist herself […]

2014 | Art Shows, Art Students League, Workshops | Tags: , , Comments (0)

Studio Doings

October 21, 2013

I’ve been layering Mylar stencils for transparencies, spatial density and complex colors. I hope for rich interactions of negative and positive space, with new visual textures. But a real danger can be overworked, cramped images. Planning becomes an issue. Good, rich color often involves planning, with transparency and color designs interacting in fresh ways when planning works […]

2013 | Monotypes, Negative space | Tags: , , , , Comments (0)

Street Wise

June 17, 2013

  I talked last time about organizational things that make the Art Students League Summer Art Market a favorite show of mine. Details like this make a show meaningful and worthwhile for both artist and public. But what makes it personal and fun- people. The SAM has retained, throughout its growth, the feel of a neighborhood block […]

2013 | Summer Art Market | Tags: , , Comments (2)

Street People

May 31, 2013

  Art shows of the street fair variety have become popular.They come in a wide range of styles and sizes, but what makes for a good one? Many new show are popping up along with the many that already have long histories. Organizers of art festivals typically charge $4-500 for a booth spot for the opportunity […]

2013 | Art Shows | Tags: , , Comments (0)