Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Strong Reaction

I've been busy sorting out all the prints for the print exchange. There are still two editions which haven't arrived, but when they get here, everything will be ready to go. I really want to get these things sent out as soon as possible.

Monday, October 25, 2010


It is just a little more than a week past the deadline for the 2010 Littlest Print Exchange and there are just a few more sets of prints working their way through the mail. I spent some time today getting things set up so I can get everything shipped out as soon as those last editions come in.

Sunday, October 24, 2010


This weekend I put the finishing touches on the zine that we made at a Feed workshop last week. It turned out to be a Halloween issue so if you want to take a look at it be for the holiday, get over to Libro Bookstore in the Majestic Center and pick one up. Or go to the Feed website where you can order a copy for $2.00. We're hoping to make this into a regular thing, publishing a new zine four times a year or so.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Multiples of Four

I don't know why I start on these kinds of projects so late at night. I just spent the hours between midnight and four a.m. writing, and laying out a tiny little zine on the subject of, you guessed it, writing and laying out a zine. Friday of this week I'm putting on an informal zine making workshop with our friends at Libro Bookstore down in Feed's old stomping grounds at the Majestic Center. I'm going to have copies of this zine made to give out to anyone that shows up. It contains a handful of simple layout diagrams and a few ideas for binding I think I've crammed a lot of info into fourteen 2.75" x 4.25" pages. If you're looking for something to do on Friday, stop by and help us work on a collaborative zine. P.S. I know the picture at right makes me look like a crazy person.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Welcome Home

Now that I'm teaching I have the opportunity to take part in this annual exhibition at GSU featuring the work of regional art instructors. I wanted to get something new done for this show since everybody around there has already seen most of my work. I also wanted to do something directly photographic since I'm teaching photography. So I spent the last couple of weeks shooting a series of tiny, pinhole photographs and then today I screen printed a layer of color over the top of the photos. Tonight I'm going to get these things framed up and presentable. Shown together in a group, I think they'll look at least a little bit interesting.

The show opens this Thursday, October 7th. There is an artists reception next week on Wednesday, October 13th at 5:00p.m. Based on previous experience, I'm guessing this show will include artwork from:

Javier Chavira, Christopher Clark, Michael Costanza, Daniel Falco, Eric Gorder, Michael D. Hart, Jane Rhoades Hudak, Joe Milosevich, Jean Janssen, Elise Kendrot, Erik LaGattuta, Carrie Ohm, Heather Page, Beth Parin, Gary Schirmer, Lou Shields, Cheliese Slowik, Jerry Slowik, Michael E. Smith, Jeff Stevenson, Jessica Van Swol

Sunday, October 3, 2010


We're coming right up on the deadline for this year's Littlest Print Exchange, so I decided it was time for an update to the project's website. I spent a few days working this new site out and registered a real domain name for it. Check it out at I'm also opening up submissions for next year's exchange so take a look at the participation page and if you seem like you'd like to take part, send me an email.