Marking the Infinite is the title of an amazing exhibit of women artists from Aboriginal Australia. Read more >
Phenomenal City Museum
Hands down, the City Museum in St Louis is the most innovative space I have ever been in. It is a 600,000 square foot, multi-story work of art housed in the former International Shoe Company building. Read more >
Free Form: My Art From the Early ’70s
Over this past weekend, my 11-year old son decided to completely redo his room, which entailed taking everything off his walls that’s been up since he was two. Read more >
Billions of Beautiful Bewildering Barnacles!
Somewhere along the way, barnacles have gotten a bad rap. Maybe from that time you were hopping across the rocks in your bare feet and landed on a particularly sharp bunch of them. Maybe because in its slang form, it refers to an unwanted person who follows you around and is a tenacious clinger-on, much like a barnacle is to a rock. Or perhaps you have internalized Captain Haddock’s ever-famous curse, “Billions of Blue Blistering Barnacles!” from the Tintin comic series. Read more >
What’s in a Wall?
Last week I was finally able to sit down and go through all of the photos I took this summer while traveling in Britain and Switzerland. In and amongst all of the scenery and “I was there” shots, I discovered my own tendency to shoot wall details. Read more >