Here are my latest 4 self portraits. In case you are just joining me, I am doing a semi-daily drawing project where I will draw one self portrait a day for 50 days. They measure 10 x 7 inches and are done pretty much in 10 minutes or less.
Here is the first entry for this project.
I’m starting a new project where I will draw one self portrait every day for 50 days. I’ve already missed 3 days so it’s not going to be 50 days in a row. Just 50 days, no matter how long that takes. So it’s sort of a daily drawing project, but not a very strict one.
Here is my first batch. These portraits measure 10 x 7 inches.
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100 Prints Celebrating 100 Years
State Transportation Building, Boston, MA
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 20, 3 to 5 pm
A Selection of Student Work from the Print Department Archive of The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University.
Hope to see you there!
30 Under 30
Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 18, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
30 Under 30 is an exhibition designed to display and encourage the dialogue of 30 artists 30 years of age or younger in the Boston area. This exhibition will present a diversified look at emerging artistic talent in Massachusetts. Discover the voice of the next generation of great artists!
Hope to see you there!
I collect things from the places I visit. Rocks, sea shells, leaves, bones. These things help give me a tactile recollection of a place and time that I can’t get from a photograph. Also I just like the process of hunting for interesting little specimens, admiring them, and showing my friends.
This box is temporary storage for some of my collections:
The tiniest shells:
Some of the most interesting things have been found at Revere Beach. Is this a human vertebrae?
This case is displayed on the wall and holds my favorite collection, from a road trip through Wyoming, Utah, and Arizona. Unfortunately I didn’t keep track of which things came from where, so when I went to put them in this case they were all jumbled up together and I couldn’t separate them out. The ones I do know are the weird pine cone and tree bark is from the Grand Canyon, the chalky white stones are from Yellowstone, and the chalky pink stones are from Bryce Canyon.
The gray thing here is a dinosaur bone! I got it for free with a coupon from a rock and fossil shop in Moab, Utah:
What do you collect?