Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Monday, November 1, 2010

Trash Appliance?

Walking home one night, I noticed this power cord coming from the base of a trash can.
I saw no outlet. Admittedly, modern building codes provide more frequent convenient outlet situations - that patch of sidewalk must be from an earlier time.

Leaf Remnants

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Taken While Driving.

A few weekends ago, I learned how to take pictures while driving.
Here are a few of the more successful photos.

A pink barn! And probably a concerned member of traffic...
(North Adams, MA)

Such beauty! Behold, the Searsburg Wind Farm!
(Searsburg, VT)

Not sure what the photo was supposed to be of, but the road was definitely moving briskly by.


Pleasantly tall looking chapel.

Monday, October 25, 2010

All Utopias Fell: Some favorite process shots.

Below are some photos from the weekend of 10/15-18/10. They were taken during one of the final work sessions on Michael Oatman's project, All Utopias Fell.
This project is now on view at Mass MoCA.

(looks like a warrior clenching his cape epically)

(light graffiti!)

(another golden epic parachute shot)

(a bit of Lewitt process found its way into the procedures)

(saw a rainbow in the morning on the hill behind the museum
from underneath a solar panel installed by BPVS)

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

SMFA Proof of Purchase Show

Below are my two entries for the SMFA Proof of Purchase
postcard/fundraising show of October 14th.
No word yet on whether they were bought or not; hope they merited at least a second glance : )

Both are acrylic ink and watercolor on paper.



Opening from 6-8PM for three, count 'em, THREE new shows at the MIT List Center.

Click here for more event information (
Click here for more information on the three artists (Frances Stark, Emily Wardill, Melvin Moti).

Can't make the opening? Not a problem - this triumvirate of shows will be up until January 2.


Opening from 2-4PM for Michael Oatman's All Utopias Fell at Mass MoCA.

Can't make the opening for this either? Not a problem - the show will be up for years.