Wednesday, November 22, 2017
I was asked again to design the poster for the Annual Festival of Choirs in Lyndon, Vermont. I love the opportunity to give back in this small way. In the past few years, I had been simplifying the design more and more. This year, I have been studying more about the life of Christ and who he was. I felt the need to refocus on it being a celebration of the birth of Christ and included the image of his birth painted by Carl Heinrich Bloch. The star was not enough.
The Festival is open to all and will be on Saturday, December 9 2017 at 6:30. To add to everyones joy, I will not be singing.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
I have been working on some lengthy projects. I will be starting to post this with in a month or so as I get them more finished. For now I am posting something from a month ago.
This last October, I went with my daughters school to a local blacksmith shop. It was exhilarating to watch a master at work. Not only was I able to do some sketching, I took an opportunity to try my hand at some blacksmithing. Even though I was left exhausted with blisters on my hand, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I can now say I have made a nail.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Last spring my graduating seniors gave the faculty at Lyndon State College the assignment to create a work of art based on our fears. In order to truly experience my fear of bees, I needed to immerse the patrons in the experience of being in a swarm with both the visual and the auditory.
The show, The 2017 Faculty Art Exhibit, It Came From the Visual Arts Department, opened last night and is on display until, November 27 in the Quimby Gallery at Lyndon State College.