Vija Celmins and my cutting board. Okay, so who does decide what is art? I’m confused.
Sometimes the stars aren’t really stars, but a cutting board.
Antientest Burial Place, New London, Connecticut. Organized a workshop there back in 2008. What a great town! and awesome comic books store downtown. Beautiful cemetery, unfortunately with a school on one side and housing projects flanking the back.
I am an Artist.
This is great project in Indianapolis by Mosiac City. Here Maline Jeffers explain how it works.
Indiana’s Biggest Sculpture
Robert Indiana calls it an obelisk, and what he created has become an icon for the museum. It’s also the place where he wanted to be buried.
Found out more on Indiana’sIndiana.org
It’s no secret how much I love, love, love the faded, orange and blue mural in downtown Indy. (Urban Wall, Roland Hobart, 1973.) After a spirited conversation, I found I share that love with Shawn, a talented artist working on her own mural.
Shawn, it’s been amazing watching you work! Your attention to detail and passion for art is inspiring. You’ve created something that Indy will love for years to come.
More on Urban Wall here.
Lindsey’s project and generosity is remarkable and this weeks gift is my favorite so far.
A detail of Alyson Shotz’s “Standing Wave”. (at The Alexander Hotel)
Something I just felt like drawing, because I wanted to draw something that showed how adaptable animals are.
Love this Tumblr by a friend’s son. Check it out.
A recent video with Robert Indiana.