Friday, January 29, 2016
The Flint Memorial Library of North Reading, MA started an adult year long reading program in 2015, its purpose to challenge yourself and those around you to read at least 15 books. Because of it's popularity it has carried over into 2016 and needed a fresh new look for banners, tote bags etc.. Collaborating with a fellow artist and New Hampshire Institute of Art alumni *Ashley McCarty we were able to produce a clean and simple design that the library can use for future events.
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
A Providence RI free public art event I attended on July 12, 2014 that encouraged anyone to pick up a paint brush and work on an entire skating rink's worth of canvas (30 pieces of primed vinyl all connected). Local artists were asked to start off this project and contribute their own stylized map of Providence. I was lucky enough to see this process first hand and have included here some shots of the people who made this happen at Occam Studios, see more of their shows and events here.
Above image taken by Greg Cook. Click here to see his blog!
(above) Mayor Angel Taveras's contribution.
Shown here is my chicken painting done in acrylic a great opportunity to work on such a large scale!