Here is an experiment with my webcam. The above image is a “live” image of my studio. When turned on, a new image will upload to the server in one minute intervals.
Now, you have an opportunity to take a peek at my studio. You should be able to see different projects while they are being executed. This will also help keep me motivated about keeping my workspace tidy.
Sorry folks, I’ve been bad at keeping my blog updated lately. It’s not from a lack of anything interesting going on. Full time college took up a LOT more time than I thought it would. I have learned that it is impossible to do EVERYTHING well, my art career took a temporary hiatus while I adjususted to college life. My chemistry class was particularly time consuming, since it is not a subject that I have a natural talent for.
Finals are over Thursday! And I will have a month between classes to get back to speed with my projects. Next semester, I am taking a lighter load. All classes are online, and relate to computers. I hope to merge my studies with my studio work, and develop a relationship between computers and my artwork.
DSL is finally in my neighborhood! With broadband, I will to do a better job of keeping my different projects up to date. I am redesigning my main website. I will also post regularly to my Flickr and DeviantArt accounts. I am setting up a webcam, so you can see what’s happening in my studio (I have to clean this mess first!)
Please come back! If you haven’t been to this blog for a while, please come back soon. I promise, I’ll have new posts for you to read!
By the way I’m heating with wood, and if anyone has a tree they need cut down and haul away, I will do it Free Of Charge! I have DSL now, but indoor plumbing is too modern for me!
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Ken is a self-taught artist from rural Kentucky, whose work includes painting, printmaking, and pottery. He considers himself to be a 'lifetime learner' and he uses art as the vehicle to explore and learn more about the world around him. Much of his work reflect his optimistic views on rural folk culture, river life and simple pleasures.
You can visit Ken every Final Friday of the month at studio 400 at the Pendleton Art Center in downtown Cincinnati. He can also be found picnicking near his home in the Historic Village of Old Washington, KY.