Sorry for taking so long to write an update. June is my one of my busiest months, and it’s hard to sit still and write.
I want to thank everyone who came out to support me at my different events (you know who you are!). I’m living my dream, and you all make it possible.
Saturday, I took my press to Berea for a demonstration of monotype printmaking at the Kentucky Artisan Center At Berea.
If you are ever traveling down I-75, be sure to stop. The state-run facility showcases Kentucky artists and craftsmen.
It really makes me proud to be a Kentucky artist. It’s refreshing to see a government program created to promote it’s local artists/craftsmen.
here are a few more monotypes created during the demo:
Thanks again to the folks who came to watch me and the press. And a special thanks to Gwen Heffner at the Artisan Center for the photographs.
Also, The truck full of dogs monotype is sold!