A Haunting Glimpse of Anonymous Humanity

A Haunting Glimpse of Anonymous Humanity

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Painting on negatives by Nick Gentry What I love about the internet is that it is truly becoming the Earth’s nervous system, a high speed causeway for information. Every photograph, film, voice, song, email, text, pdf, recipe, and memory, potentially causing a reaction in parts unknown, to people unknown. Every… Read More

the heart of the matter

the heart of the matter

Looking out from The Abyss. Grand Canyon South Rim. Rakha-7/2014 I was blessed this last week with a special, one week bonus residency at the Grand Canyon. That meant that once again I had the opportunity to live at the VerKamps studio, a  100+ year old home and shop perched… Read More

Artist in Residence Opportunities

Artist in Residence Opportunities

I was lucky. Nine months ago, I saw a film at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center that mentioned its Artist in Residence Program. They highlighted a painter who was living and working at the Canyon for a month, and I thought – lucky painter. I did not think—hold on a… Read More