Visit to Jacob Samuel’s Etching class at UCLA

The other day I had the opportunity to visit Jacob Samuel's etching class at UCLA. The students were nearly at the end of the semester and they allowed us to peer over their shoulders as they worked on their final projects. Jacob Samuel, a master [more]

Purely Observational | Everyday Political exhibition opening night!

I'm a little late in posting this since I had to go out of town literally right after the opening last Thursday night, but here are some images from “Purely Observational | Everyday Political, Artwork by and Inspired by Corita Kent”. The exhibition [more]

Purely Observational|Everyday Political: Art of and Inspired by Corita Kent

Last fall my students at Otis in the One/One Printmaking class curated work by Corita Kent and made work inspired by her which is now part of this exhibition. More to come on the events coming up, but  for now save the date! The show is held in [more]

June of Art: Source and Agent of Change

This past weekend I went to the Hammer Museum to celebrate the life and art of June Wayne. She passed away earlier this year and while time got away with me and I didn't get a post up regarding her death, I think it was also the fact that I didn't [more]

It Came, It Rolled, We Printed!

Today the steamroller rolled in to Otis for 8 glorious hours of printing of big woodcuts. Only one week into school and our students carved and printed some amazing and ambitious woodcuts thanks to the inspiration from Sean Starwars who was on campus [more]

Carver’s Delight

Following up on my last post- the steamroller and Sean Starwars are coming and we have been carving woodblocks! Come and carve in the printmaking lab or the letterpress lab. No experience necessary. Or come help print next Thursday Sept. 8th, all day [more]