Robert Hess

It’s been four years since the sculptor Robert Hess died and I’ve been thinking about him this week.  I thought maybe I’d republish this blog post I wrote at the time of his death because I still appreciate him and miss him, I can still hear his funny, hearty voice, and I like the thought […]

Floating

Some years, around my birthday, I’m cut free from my moorings…just floating.  The new year direction hasn’t kicked in…it isn’t orderly yet, anything could happen.  So I review the messages… Clean the studio… review the day: look at completed work: start something new… on line shopping??  (new lights) visit friends… (Kay Worthington’s “anatomy of an […]

Tom Prochaska, Gail Tremblay, Mark Andres, Bethany Hays

So Roger Hull not only writes the books and curates the shows, he also delivers books to various places (“distributor”added to his CV) and Thursday we headed to Augen Gallery with some books for the upcoming George Johanson show this spring. Augen Gallery wasn’t open yet, so we went next door to the Froelick Gallery  […]