The collection of images, comics and words that follows is a fascinating window into all the nuances that this single word, “warmth”, takes in the minds of artists from other cultural, climatic or linguistic spheres.
“My world has shrunk”
I can’t recall how many times I’ve heard or read that sentence over the past two years. You probably have said it too. I know I have, more than once.
Where do we go from there?
For this second volume of Life Next door, I invited my digital neighbors —people I «see» online everyday— to share … More
I started experimenting with different comix formats at the beginning of the pandemic, having lost access to the letterpress studio of MCBA. I wanted to use what I had at hand : tons of old notebooks, my kid’s paint supplies, color pencils and an inkjet printer.
I’m raising funds by selling part of my older work for a fantastic local non-profit organization: Youth Farm MN.
100% of the proceeds will be donated!
I’ll be facilitating an eco-folding workshop on April 17, 2021 from 1 to 3 PM at Shaar’s Bluff Gathering Center. … More
http://www.instagram.com/p/CKo77UKFN40/ An anecdote from last fall.
I started working on a simple illustrated journal on May 1st. Short daily entries in colored pencil and china marker, … More
The “All you really need is Soup Project” has come to an abrupt end, in this era of social distancing.
However, its spirit lives on and self-care, in the shape of access to cheap, fresh, nutritious food, seem more important now than ever.
Or, how to use color to counter cold-season induced emotional misery.