All posts tagged “Process

Community Building: Workshop for GSS Members

I coordinated a workshop for Gowanus Studio Space members called Grant Writing for Artists which was led by Andrea Petrini. It’s all a part of my effort to give the studio quality programming that deals directly with the business of being an artist. Andrea is […]

False Dichotomy: Official Launch

False Dichotomy is beginning to truly take form! I have artists agreeing to show, essays coming in from respected members of the fine art printmaking community, and a site in place! There is a lot to do: I have to find funding to print a […]

Workshop Ideas

I am trying to align making a paycheck beyond my teaching with advancing my research as an artist and designer. As such, I am looking to put together workshops that test ideas I am having while pushing me up to my top game. Read through […]

Research has begun!

I have begun doing some research for a new suite of pieces. I am using a formal commercial design cycle to make this work as it is all within the Monstress Productions vein of my work. The first stage is research, wherein I am doing […]

Artists Online: Marketing, Promotion, and Documentation

I have the honor of being an instructor at the Summer Arts Institute at the Women’s Studio Workshop in mid-July. I am hoping to apply my 20 years of design and art experience work for others in as constructive a way possible. Here is the […]

New Leaders

I designed several in-depth print pieces for New Leaders. It was an intense exercise in truly absorbing massive amounts of information (READ EVERYTHING, designers!) under a very tight deadline. My work was used to guide hundreds of educators in Connecticut.

Here & Now User Testing

In the development of Here & Now, I put together testing kits and sent them to galleries in Cleveland, Philadelphia, and New York City to be tested. Participants entered their data via a website, and I used the data to form the final structure of […]

Collages

At Cranbrook, I found myself without much money for supplies, so I had to make due with what IĀ found in trash cans and thrift stores. I happened across several beautifully printed custodial supply catalogs from the 50’s and 60’s and decided to make a bunch […]