I had the chance to listen to Hazell Dean’s upcoming double single HEAVENLY/Because the Night. What follows is my (modest) review. Continue reading
For the last two years I’ve been working as the cover artist for HiNRG reigning queen, Hazell Dean. Ms. Dean and I had a chat, mapping out the course of our collaboration and more! Continue reading
I recently spent several days traveling in Israel. The country is unlike any other I have been to before, with so many different groups of people cohabiting so closely together. I suppose it’s a lot like cities Boston or NYC, … Continue reading
Arts matter to Boston Public Schools because they embrace diversity and inclusion. The arts also help express and explore emotion, ideas, one’s identity, and more. That’s why I’m celebrating Arts Matter Day Oct 26! Please sign up at http://bit.ly/amd18signup and spread the word why arts matter to you.
Saturday was the final day to relive any memories and adventures at my grandparents’ house. I miss them so much! No more drives to the country or hikes through the forest … Thank you, Gram, for all the love … Continue reading
Shana Tova to all my Jewish family and friends celebrating the new year! It’s been a year rife with change, but in the end it’s all worked out for the very best and I couldn’t be more grateful for all … Continue reading
It’s been over a year since I last updated my website blog. Where does time go? Since I last posted I lost my dog of sixteen years and a cat of twelve. I started teaching at a new school, continued to administer at another for the summer, and I submitted a few pieces for a top secret project that should be revealed later this year. I can’t share much, but presented here is an unused page of the project. Though these characters were abandoned, I found a fun way to incorporate them into something else. I finally reworked this website to include more examples of students’ work as well as some more of my own. I need to make time in the future to have my artwork professionally photographed. Sending lots of love to the Cyberverse as I wrap up another school year and prepare for a jam packed summer.
Five years ago today I was hit by a local tour in the heart of Boston. It’s a story I’ll never tire of telling because I survived. I wrote about my experience here.
As usual, the holidays are a blur and suddenly we’re at the end of another year! As much as I try to avoid the chaos by staying ahead and organized, I somehow always feel the pressure of a deadline or two. Luckily 2016 wasn’t too bad and most of the strain I felt was self inflicted. Besides, I have so much to be grateful for, it’s hard to focus on the stress that inevitably develops with any project. Professionally there have only been highs, adding to make this a whirlwind year. Continue reading
The holiday rush has begun and I have multiple projects on my plate, but what else is new? Several weeks ago I was asked to contribute to a Day Without Art, a three day exhibit that opens in Boston on World AIDS Day. I’m making up for lost time and painting oil on a 4’x4′ wood panel. This is what I have thus far, but my plan is to work through the night and have the piece drying in front of a fan and heater for forty-eight hours. I’ll post the finished piece on Facebook. There you’ll also find more information about this annual event.