So I've been working constantly for the past few days, (I haven't slept in 72 hours) editioning prints, painting, and organizing my portfolios. I took a break monday night to play a show at the Bowery Electric in the city. That was a real cool venue, and you can check out bands for free on Monday nights. But other than that its just been straight work. Tomorrow I will officially be done with the semester. It totally flew by, so much happened, and heres some of my more recent work:
"Would you hit a man with glasses?" 46"x32" reduction woodcut on canvas, edition of 7.
For my advanced printmaking class we had to do a collaborative project, where every student made an edition of postcards. The only limitation was that it was a print on a 4"x6" sheet of paper. This is mine, 2 color screenprint on stonehenge paper, in an edition of 28.
"Biking to the Bluffs" 18"x10" reduction woodcut and silkscreen on stonehenge paper. Edition of 8.
I made an edition of counterfeit David Copperfield autographed photos with Burger King crowns. "King for a Day" 10.5"x8.5" digital and silkscreen on stonehenge paper. Edition of 24.
"I'm not a monster" 23"x30" 3 color screenprint on stonehenge paper. Edition of 5.
I've got a few friends here in the photo department at Purchase, and for their junior show they asked me to paint a holiday scene on the walls. Along with my collaborators Ephraim,Manuel, and Alex, we came up with our rendition of a holiday scene. The show should be up until the end of January, so check it out in the basement of the visual arts building.
I've been working on a massive painting/collage/installation based on events that happened on a friday night in the city.Its going to be over 30 pieces, and will probably reach about 20ft tall and 30 ft wide. This is what I've got so far^.