Exploring the Super Bloom in the Palm Springs Valley and checking out Desert X 2019
My dads were in town this past weekend and before they jetted back home to Maui, they treated me to a day of inspiration at LACMA. We explored 3D wonders, stared at dutch still-life, and found ourselves in a Italian mirror.
I'm not surprised that I've been interested in Alexander Calder's work and life. Here is a look at books that I"m currently reading
There is an importance of escape for the artist; stepping outside of the studio provides contrast and inspiration, loosing yourself to wonder.
There is seriously something magical about Joshua Tree. I can't put it into words but I understand why so many artists find inspiration there.
The Salton Sea - If you're lucky, and don't mind the smell, this corky town of curiosity will leave you quiet, slightly confused and inspired.
Wondering through nature and stretching my eyes are one of my favorite pass-times - and as an artist, a very necessary task.
I see the beauty of repair as a narrator - a visual storyteller. And it is the views gift to unearth those stories.
I'm gearing up for the Irvine Studio Arts Festival June 3rd. The one thing I love about doing shows is digging into my creative bank for my booth design. Today, I received a text from one of my creative buddies, Nicole
If you are on Instagram (you should be following me) I am sure, like me, you've seen people on your feed "posted up" next to a trippy white and black zig zag wall with #DesertX in the captions and wondered “what the heck