China Travel Journal, 2013, pt.1
Earlier this month I spent a few weeks visiting some family in Southwestern China. My temporary home was in Dali, where we were introduced to some amazing views, food, and culture. I had some truly unique experiences there, some of the best of my life. I’m returning to my studio completely rejuvenated and inspired to get back to work.
The Best in Show opening was so doggone fun. Wonderful turn-out by wonderful humans- thanks for coming out! And 50+ thank yous to all the artists for your darling dogs. Gonna get cheeseball and declare everyone a winner this show.
Best in Show will be up for at least 2 months, so if you missed the opening, there’s plenty of time to check out the show. Interested parties in any of the works pictured may contact throatbacks at gmail for more information.
I was at the Rijksmuseum yesterday and they had a pretty fantastic pair of Namban screens in their Asian Pavilion. I took as many closeups as I could before a tour group pushed me out of the way, but once I got back to my hotel I found out their website has two fairly high-res images of them you can zoom in on. Anywho, here are the closeups I took.Here are the links to the high-res images on the museum website:
Gurunsi architecture in Burkina Faso and Ghana
I wanna gooo…..
A chalk mural I did recently for the lovely and amazing people of Trohv in Baltimore, MD!http://blog.trohvshop.com/2013/11/26/chalk-it-up/