Monday, June 7, 2010

What's Next?

Well, in order to determine what's next, first I have to deal with what has come and gone. I seem to be having beach withdrawal and as such, I composed a lovely panorama from one of my final trips to the beach in Beverly.

I have several paintings of the sea to finish, as well as some older projects, several of which I have been itching to complete.

This Masks with Tea painting for example could use much love.

Another thing I need to complete is my website, so I can have a catalog of all of my paintings that I am working on, and have completed. I also need a working graphic design and illustration portfolio. All of which needs to be completed while looking for and acquiring a job.

New York City is going to prove to be a rather interesting challenge.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Sudden Awareness of Cranberries

My work is in another show, the main gallery of Montserrat in the all senior show, lovingly named "A Sudden Awareness of Cranberries".

The show runs from May 10th through May 28th, 2010, at Montserrat College of Art.
And yes, that's my roommate Blue's work to the right of mine.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

And a special thanks goes out to. ..

I have to thank my friend for her contribution to my sanity. She brought to my attention that she actually has documentation from my freshmen year installation. I'm psyched. I still have this sculpture, he's ready and waiting to go find himself a new context.
He's actually a life-sized version of me freshmen year (He had to be to fit in my clothes and boots). I just took off the chest area (to be honest, I'd do the same thing today, but for different reasons.)

He's one of my favorite projects to this day. His name is Noah, and he is the sexless headless (I wouldn't say faceless as he wears a mask and glasses), handless man-thing.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

This Never Happened. . . tomorrow :D

301 Cabot St. Beverly MA.
Please visit my installation blog for more info on my main project.

Sunday, May 2, 2010


The time is finally here, I no longer have to completely panic. My show is hung, and with these terribly pixelated images I present the hanging session.


Saturday, April 17, 2010

Open House

I submitted one of my favorite works to open house, Propaganda 1-6. While it's not the most skillfully created set of works, I still like them. They ended up in the Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery. Other pieces of my work hung in the third floor illustration display, and the third floor painting display were Flower Puff, Pheasant, and my purple Birds of Prey.


A few students at my college interviewed me for a videography class of theirs. It was rather a surprise interview. I found a strange note in my studio one day, and contacted them, not really knowing what to expect. This is the result. Thanks to Megan DeBlois, Stephanie Gravel, Liz Loyte and Shaundra Shattuck for sending me the link to the finished product!
And it seems that the camera really does add 50 pounds!
View it here!