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Interview : Al Poulet

Al Poulet once tried to sell himself on the streets of Beijing. Later, he replaced milk in supermarkets with his own breath and played a pokie machine from dawn till dusk as a way to meditate on a culture he saw as transactional rather than benevolent. 800 more words

Interview : Patrick Cremin

Interview : Patrick Cremin

By David Greenhalgh

It’s no surprise Patrick Cremin is interested in surveillance. Its a sweltering Summer morning when we meet at a cafe. 769 more words

Workshop + island pictures

While I was at Rue Studio I held a workshop to teach how to make a stab bound book with a protective wrap-around case.   Instead of buying chiyogami, I printed my own decorative paper on Kozuke Ivory based on things I saw while hiking around.   56 more words

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On my hoop: Fiesta Cat

Here’s a peek at what I’ve been up to on the island.   Fiesta Cat is one of seven new embroidery patterns that I’ve screen printed during the residency for my D.I.Y. 61 more words

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Rue Studio Residency

About a month ago I was accepted to do a residency at Rue Studio on Manitoulin Island.  On Monday morning, James and I took the 6 hour drive north of Toronto and ended up on a magical island.   181 more words

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I’m about to do my first real residency!   After having been on the receiving end of artist residencies for some time, I’ll get the chance to spend a week as the artist-in-residence.   244 more words

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portfolio boxes

Last June, I created five portfolio boxes for the very talented Julia Fernandez-Pol, during her printmaking residency in Venice.   Each box measures approximately 16″ x 22″ and houses a loose leaf book comprised of about 30 etchings.  118 more words

Printmaking Residency