I’m not saying that this topic is the topic that destroyed my art history career before it even got off the ground. I’m only saying that this is a topic I have wanted to revisit for at least 2 decades. You see, a fine arts career starts out as a very hopeful thing. Young artists […]
“Go out on limb. That’s where the fruit is.” ― Bob Ross I have spent the majority of my life studying art history, from the earliest neolithic doodlings of the long gone ancestors through classical, pre columbian, renaissance and abstractism of all flavors. I have poured over the catalogues of the holiest museum collections and […]
In 1999, while finishing my art degree at the University of Akron, Liza Lou came to visit. I had never heard of her when a fellow student asked if I was heading to the gallery space after class to “help” the artist in residence. Curious, I went and helped. By “help” I mean I spent […]
Carlo Crivelli is my favourite Italian painter that you’ve never heard of. He’s considered a late gothic conservative & was active in the 1490s.
A self portrait workshop developed with MOMA, 2019
Slides & talking points from my popular lightning talk about art, physics and the joys of a bicycle.
Developed for introductory drawing students or short activity-based seminars.