On Creative Ground / New England Foundation for the Arts Interview :: March 2014

 

NEFA On Creative Ground March 2014

I’m honored to be interviewed by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ CreativeGround.org initiative — a database that aspires to aggregate all of New England’s creative enterprises and artists.

Both Margaret Jacobs and I represent AVA Gallery and Art Center in this piece.

Click through and check it out!

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Call for Artists = Art Without Limits :: Earthbound Moon & Texas Tech University School of Art

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Earthbound Moon seeks proposals from around the nation for fantastically imaginative and absurdly inventive site oriented artworks.

Proposals will be displayed at The Texas Tech University School of Art Landmark Arts Gallery.

Requirements: CV, Description of the artwork as long or as short as the artist wishes. Rendering of the theoretical artwork, Return envelope. No fee.

Deadline = March 24,2014

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Call for Artists: Whitefish Review #15 — The Fire Issue

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The Whitefish Review is now accepting submissions of Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, and Photography. It’s free to enter — so please join us.  Deadline = March 15, 2014.

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My Author’s Page at Amazon

 

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Here’s something small and nice to share:

My author’s page at Amazon.com.

Click here to check it out.

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New Edition of AstroExplorer Book Now Available

 

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I’m happy to share that I’ve newly released a 2014 printing of AstroExplorer, featuring a slightly modified cover design and a new introductory essay.

The 2012 edition is no longer being made. If you were lucky enough to get one, I hope it becomes valuable for you someday!

It may take amazon.com’s servers a couple days to display the new edition, so if you click over there and see the older version represented on their website, please don’t be discouraged…

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New Edition of White Cube Book Now Available

 

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I’ve released a new edition of How The White Cube Hangs Once The Gallery Has Closed, which is now available on amazon.com.  I suspect that it may take a few days for their system to populate their page with the new information…  So don’t be surprised if what you see there is different than what you see above.

The new edition includes a re-designed cover, a written introduction, and a few other minor improvements to help this project become a stronger stand-alone book.

The original, 2012 version of this book was made as a thank you gift to everyone who bought prints from this series when I first exhibited it. The 2012 version is no longer available—so if you have one on your shelf, I hope it becomes a collectors item for you some day!

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Whitefish Review Issue #14 — The Hunger Issue — Is Now Available!

 

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The Whitefish Review, the nonprofit literary and arts journal that I’m so proud to help art edit, has officially released Issue #14 — The Hunger Issue.   And, it’s a good one!!!

Click here to order your copy. Not only will you get a great journal filled with fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography, you’ll help support all the hard work our volunteer staff does in order to introduce high quality art to the world.

Thank you.

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An Organic Palette Is Now Available on Amazon.com

 

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I’m excited to announce that my 5th book, An Organic Palette, is now available on amazon.com!

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AVA Gallery and Art Center Winter 2014 Program

 

If you’ve never had a chance to see all the great work we’re doing at AVA Gallery and Art Center, we have our Winter 2014 print publication online.  Please take some time to click through and read all about the upcoming programs we all work so hard to make happen.

Click here to see a lot of what we have planned for Jan – Mar 2014!

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Boo – A Halloween Public Art Project!

 

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Participants in this fall’s Sculpture Modeling, Plaster Casting, and A Public Art Project, an AVA class taught by Claremont, NH artist Ernest Montenegro, had a great time working with clay to produce spooky original sculptures. Once the final designs were completed, participants made molds from which they created a series of plaster-cast multiples. The plaster sculptures were then hidden throughout the PowerHouse Mall on Halloween—where children and families could find them as free, surprise gifts of art during the mall’s annual trick-or-treating celebrations.

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