Monthly Archives: June 2009

hello kitty, goodbye heart

Note: I recently wrote a new artist statement to be made available as a notecard to anyone interested in the origins of my work and the process by which they’re made; it was so good I thought I’d also share … Continue reading

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Philip Rosedale joins the fray

Just received word from my good friend in Australia, Dr. Chris Thorne, that the members of our panel at this year’s SIGGRAPH conference in New Orleans will include Philip Rosedale, Founder and Chairman of Linden Lab; Doug Twilleager, Wonderland group, … Continue reading

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Refiner’s Fire

A brand new painting from the factory called hello kitty, a digital mashup between Second Life avatar imagery and the look and feel of a faded fresco with a bit of rust and dust thrown in for good measure.  Delicious … Continue reading

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Eine kalte nacht in Berlin…

Back in January I was one of six artists in an exhibition at the Austrian Embassy in Berlin, Germany, and in the publicity for the show I was referred to as the only American. Just for the record, though, that … Continue reading

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