|Posted on August 10, 2014 at 9:40 AM|
The Huntington Arts Council's Personal Best exhibition was worth partcipating in. It was fun to hang out with friends Allyson Uttendorfer and William Grabowski. One of my favorite pieces is Valeri Zeman's "Chelsea" for taking fabric and giving it the look of graffiti. For obvious reasons I also enjoyed Nicholas Strigia's "Friends".
|Posted on August 3, 2014 at 11:55 AM|
You can check this article out with the pics at http://hacsparkboom.wordpress.com
KASMIRA MOHANTY – THE CREATIVE SIDE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY
By Jenna Weis
Portraiture has been a significant foundation to the art world. For centuries artists have been commissioned to paint for some of the most influential people in the world as well as the everyday folk. To master the craft is one thing, but to bring the subject such...Read Full Post »
|Posted on March 15, 2014 at 6:25 PM|
It's just like me to forget to post my little announcement that was in The New York Times. I didn't even know until a student of mine spotted it and clipped it for me. Love that kid! I know it's not a big deal but how many people can say they were in the New York Times!
|Posted on December 9, 2013 at 5:35 PM|
I had the wonderful opportunity to spend some time with Louise Fili recently. She is nice as all get out, funny and do I have to mention what a super deluxe model typographer she is. Only bummer was I forgot to bring one of the 5 books I have by her and her husband and her new one to have her sign it. She signed a little piece of paper for me instead and I have it proudly hanging in my studio. Thank you Louise for being awesome! Another wonderful thing that happened tha...Read Full Post »
|Posted on November 1, 2013 at 9:10 AM|
If I kept a daily journal the entry for October 19, 2013 would simply say THANK YOU Banksy. I set out on that day to chase Bansky, not as seriously as some who are watching twitter like chain smokers (I don’t have twitter nor know how to tweet I might mention) or pedaling furiously on bike to be the first to get a coveted “clean shot” of his work. I was also brilliantly unaware as I stepped onto Chambers street that his target had been Staten Island. My fir...Read Full Post »
|Posted on September 15, 2013 at 3:15 PM|
There was so much great artwork I got to see this summer. One of the highlights was Barry McGee’s exhibition at ICA in Boston. I have always been a big fan of graffiti art and it was exciting to see a whole bunch of his work in one place and despite some people’s opinion I don’t think he has lost any street cred whatsoever by going ”indoors”. The work was diverse while Barry’s true authentic style beat heartily throughout the entire collection. Myself b...Read Full Post »