I have a long running love-hate relationship with 3D modeling software, but I will gladly click away for the sake of handsome retaining walls and fire places. Thank you google sketch up…and even bigger thanks to the clients and the master stone mason, Eric Anderson for manifesting a 3D model into hard granite reality.
Interviews are funny things…they really do make you pause to consider what you take for granted and to be self evident. I am humbled by the attention.
You can check out the Trifecta Editions interview with me in which I field questions about my creative work, process, background and even my take on art and economics.
Thank you friends and family, new and old, for all the support and helping spreading the word on my new creative endeavor…
Educational card game exploring how the health of a watershed influences the quality of urban life. The “cause and effect” game play aims to educate communities on how decisions at various scales influences watershed health and ultimately the quality of urban life.
Ongoing Mixed Media Series Ink, graphite, colored pencil and carbon transfer on paper 8.5 x 11” Buffalo Head Source: Harper’s Magazine, artist unknown
As the keystone species of the North America’s Great Plains, Bison bison bison shaped America’s prarie grassland ecological system for millenniums. Before man re-shaped this vast ecosystem with sprawling networks of housing, agriculture, industry and infrastructure, the American Bison were the crucial player in maintaining this delicately balanced land of grass, fire, and migrating herds.
Only 1% of America’s “pre-discovery” prairie grasslands remain today. Only 15,000 “wild” buffalo remain today, down from an estimated 80 million buffalo in the mid-1800’s. Now there are two good reasons to put a “bison head on an end of stick” if there ever was one.