Its been a busy spring. I spent 10 days in Chicago at the end of April, and it was an interesting reset being away from making art for that long. While I had two drawings and one painting going before the trip, I haven’t quite been able to pick up the steam again since I returned.
I’ve been running bike patrol at Thunder Mountain Bike Park, as well as a fairly steady stream of graphic work in the past few months. The most time consuming side-project from art making as been the remodel of our place in Vermont, as I replaced my art brushes for paint rollers and have primed and painted every surface of our place. With our walls and ceilings now a glorious and pure white, I’ve done my small part for thesmallhouseproject.com
There are lots of ideas in the works right now, including gathering the resources for making prints of my paintings and some exciting marketing ideas for The Hot Aryls. Creating has been the name of the game, so hopefully within all the hustle of the spring and summer I’ll have some more paintings up here and in a few other galleries.
I prematurely pulled my paintings out of Vermont Artisans Gallery and currently have one on display at the new River Rock Collective in Bratt. June is also the release of Studio Visit Magazine, and so my work will be traveling all over the country through that publication.