Friday, January 19, 2018

Snow Day Skull

We don't get a lot of snow in Richmond, VA (though more lately than in the past) so pretty much every heavy snowstorm I try to make some snow art. The most recent snow was too powdery to really stick so I decided to try a relief image on my deck. I made it really, really big (so big it was hard to actually photograph from above). See the lifesize skull in the shot for a sense of proportion. 

I like seeing how things transform over time so I documented it that evening as well as the next day once the sun came out.

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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Trying something new. Will you join me?

In an effort to push my art practice into the forefront this year I've launched a Patreon page
This is a place where people who like what I do (like you!) can help me do more of it by committing to a small amount of support every month and in exchange get a lot more access to my art and knowledge! I really miss the community I had when the Skull-A-Day blog was a in full force and I'd love to see if I can create some of that spirit again on my new page. Check out the intro video below, read the whole story on my page HERE and hopefully I can connect more with you this year!