For this second volume of Life Next door, I invited my digital neighbors —people I «see» online everyday— to share…
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.…
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,…
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.
A tale of many layers and of life journeys.
The fourth soup-making event of the season took place on January 11, gathering visual artist / jewelry designer Tia Keo and artist / botanist / educator Sarah Nassif.
Or how to find warmth in simple gifts and great delight in treading unfamiliar territories.
An account in semi-regular prose of a soup-making night in Saint Paul, Minnesota.