Monday, December 20, 2010


As of this afternoon, I have a selection of screen prints and small works available at ShopSCAD here in savannah (and soon their atlanta branch). So go stop by to take a look and do some last minute holiday shopping!

Thanks again to the ShopSCAD crew!

Monday, December 13, 2010

Softly turned to winter

Winter seems to have snuck up on us this year. December came around and the temperature plummeted, leaves disappeared and things as a whole slowed down. Luckily with that, came fewer distractions - so when Kay and i aren't hibernating at home watching movies, We're spending more time in the studio.

Here are a photos from the last week or two of work...

An afternoon's worth of sketches and drawings.

Drawing hair. lots of hair.

Close crop of a big drawing almost completed

Progress on a suite of panels. many many more to come.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Small Works 2010

I currently have a collection of a dozen or so drawings, plus some prints up for the Annual Small Works exhibition at Gutstein Gallery here in Savannah.

It should be a great show, and all the work is for sale. If you're in town, please come by and check it out.

The Opening Reception is this Friday, November 12, from 6-8pm

Gutstein Gallery
201 E Broughton St
Savannah, GA

Grouping of my drawings

The Eastern wall of the gallery, with Kay's "Twitcher" bird pieces towards the left, landscapes by Dan Vanlandingham, mixed media works by Jonathan Yoerger, painted works from Natalijia Mijatovic, shadow boxes by Kristie Duncan, and 3 of my prints.

Closer shot of three of my "No Direction Home" prints.

Saturday, October 23, 2010


Early stages of a new project on panels in the studio.

The "No Direction Home" Suite.
An edition of 13 screenprints, each one unique with monoprinted naviagtional charts and diagrams.
10 x 10" each on Arches 88 Paper.

"No Direction Home II"

"It Is What It Is, But It Isn't" - ATL

I just returned from spending a week in Atlanta, where I had the great pleasure of working with California-based artist, Kendell Carter, on his most recent solo venture, "It Is What It Is, But It Is'nt".

It took the better part of the week to wrap the install, but it couldn't have turned out better. His work is fantastic, and this show is no exception . If you are anywhere near Atlanta in the coming weeks, please visit the Trois Gallery!

"It Is What It Is, But It Isn't" by Kendell Carter
Oct 21 - Dec 08, 2010
Trois Gallery
1600 Peach Tree, Atlanta GA

*the show will also be coming to Savannah come January

Kendell Carter is represented by Monique Meloche Gallery in Chicago

for more information, please visit SCAD Exhibitions

Sunday, October 3, 2010

"Full Speed Ahead"

Finally had time to finish this print...

"Full Speed Ahead"
3 color screen print on grey rives BFK paper
10 x 10" - ed of 20, 2010

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Jen Jenkins Video

SCAD recently did a video profile of my good friend and studio mate, Jennifer Jenkins.

Click here to see the video on SCADtv

congrats Jen!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Studio Weekend

Finally, a weekend with no traveling, no prior engagements, and kay and I were able to spend the bulk of two days working in the studio...

The screen printing super hero, registration gangster, and my better half: Kay Wolfersperger, wraps up her latest project

New screen print series under way

monoprint from another screen print edition on vintage paper collage.

progress on new works on paper

adding washes to a new drawing on the big easel

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Picturing The Beast - Savannah

Back in the Spring of 2009, I finished my "Mobilization" Print for a Trade Portfolio that my dear friends Curtis and Jen put together for SGC 2009 in Chicago.

Now that same portfolio is going to be exhibited here in Savannah. SCAD is currently showing all our prints at their Hall Street gallery. The details are all included below, but if you're here in town, please join us at the reception on Friday, September 17th.

The portfolio is full of great prints from printmakers across the country, but here are links to the websites of some of my friends included in the show...

Also, special thanks to SCAD Exhibitions.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010


I know updates have been a bit sparse lately, but here's a shot of one of my newer drawings:

Untitled, Acrylic, Graphite & Screen Print on Paper, 14 x 14" 2010

Monday, August 16, 2010

"Flood Tide" Print

The latest in my series of nautical screen prints...

"Flood Tide" - 3c screen print, 9 x 9"
edition of 25

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Sketchbook Project

I Just received my Moleskine for the Art House Co-op's 2010/11 Sketch book project
Not sure what I'l be doing with it yet, but I'm excited to be part of the project!
I'll be sure to post images as it develops, but until then...

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

New Screen Print, "Hold Fast"

"Hold Fast" - 2 color screenprint
ed of 10 printed on NOAA charts of the nearby Atlantic - 9 x 11"

Select few printed on vintage book pages - sizes varied

please feel free to e-mail me - if you're interested.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

New Studio//New Work

A Three day weekend just means more time to work in the studio. Here's a handful of photos from this weekend and the early stages of some new projects...

Early mornings in the studio

Starting a new body of work

Finishing some new prints - to be posted soon

Some Sketchbook pages turned monoprints

...will post more photos as I make some progress on the new drawings.
Until then, here's the song of the week:
Bob Dylan - Dink's Song [Home-Recording] .mp3
Found at bee mp3 search engine

ps - It has taken me about two years, but this is my 100th post!

Friday, June 25, 2010

Space Camp 2010

Earlier this month, Kay and I took a long weekend with our friends Jonathan and Whitney. We ventured down to Florida to hang out on the beach and nerd out at the Kennedy Space Center...

Polaroid of Kay and I just inside the center

Jon and Whit's dog, JD - ready to hit the road

Kennedy Space Center's awesome Rocket Garden
Polaroid of Jonathan and Whitney in the Rocket garden


Kay on a walkway that was once used by the astronauts...

I've gotta say, the Russians certainly  got a couple things right in their space program. For starters, the term "cosmonaut" is way cooler than "astronaut"

...and they've got a great color scheme going here.


Great logo design for the Apollo 8 Mission

You know I'm a sucker for diagrams

Jonathan and I in front of the Astrovan

While we were in the park we were lucky enough to watch a test flight of the new Falcon IX rocket. 
Being inside the Space center, we were able to get just about as close to the launch as a civilian can get.

Take off!

Kay and I right after the launch!

Yay Space!
Polaroid of a brutal storm rolling in over the Rocket garden as we left.
Cool coffee shop sign in downtown Titusville

Jon and Whit in a small museum in downtown Titusville.

They had actual consoles from early NASA launches, which were really great to examine.

Astro-snoopy again

More great design work for the Apollo missions

Jonathan and I playing Bocce on Cocoa Beach

On our last day we visited Playlinda beach, which is part of the Nature preserve in the KSC. Miles and miles of beautiful beaches. A great end to a great trip. If you ever get a chance to check out the space center, do it. It's pretty exciting.

Whitney also has a ton of photos on her Flickr.