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
Tag Archives: history
Teaching history through art
I recently had the privilege to take a small group of students to the latest exhibit at the New Art Center, just outside of Boston. This Larger Truth: Transformation and Identity Then and Now, is the cumulative work of five … Continue reading
A history of abstract art
Abstract Art is always a fun subject for students and it’s a great tool for imaginative exploration of creativity. I was excited when a friend shared this article with me. I have to take time for a trip to New York City to see this exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. Anyway, it’s the perfect excuse for a worthwhile experience.