Public at Public

January 20, 2013

I’m pleased to have been asked to participate in the first show at the Louisville Visual Art Association’s new gallery space, Public. I was given a really beautiful lightbox and asked to create a piece on the theme ‘Public’. After much sketching and a few false starts, I came up with something I’m pretty happy with. I’m calling it “You Are What You Meet”

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Come see what it looks like plugged in, with light behind it! It will look different! Will it look better? Well, I don’t know. That’s the question, isn’t it? Let’s keep our fingers crossed.

I brought this piece in front of my classes at Waggener High School and had Mrs. Linkhart’s Art 2, Art 1, and Computer Design students give me their opinions, and their feedback was wonderful. It was great having having this piece get a conversation started, and they ‘got where I was coming from’. I would be happy to discuss all these heavy meanings with you in person at the show:

public @ PUBLIC

1/24 – 3/3

Members Only Reception

Wednesday, Jan. 23  6 to8pm

Opening Reception

Thursday, Jan. 24  6 to 9pm

with music by Lydia Burrell

Louisville Visual Art Association
609 W Main Street, 2nd Floor
Louisville, KY 40202
502.584.8166

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New Starbounds!

January 20, 2013

The ‘Noboddy’s Business’ Saga Continues….All these originally published in the LEO WEEKLY, 2012-2013

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I was in The Paper!

January 20, 2013

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Very Big Thanks to Matt Dobson and all the fine folks at The Paper for a) featuring the burgeoning, diverse, talented local comics scene in their latest issue, and b) running several articles that feature yours truly. Glad I could participate- and I’m pleased with the way the whole thing came out.

Here’s my ‘ Meet Your Maker’ interview

Here’s an article about my comic classes

and Here’s an article about the Louisville Cartoonist Society!

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The January issue of The Paper is still out around Louisville and is packed with a bunch of great comics, including an article on the mighty Steven Bowman! Go grab one- for collector value if nothing else!