Author Archives: Hambone Press
Consolidating the ink in my locker quickly became an ugly task when I was forced to address my gray problem. Mixing a new shade of gray for every new screenprint? Probably unnecessary.
I wrote a little something about my aforementioned internship for the ASU Art Museum’s blog. Printmaking nerd. Yup.
The exhibition I curated as part of my crazy awesome internship in the Jules Heller Print Study Room is now up in the ASU Art Museum. I am very proud of this show and am excited for people to view it! If you’re in the Phoenix area, go see yourself some prints by Sue Coe, […]
Photoshop was bumming me out so I rode off into the sunset. My hands were happy to grip handlebars instead of being crunched over a keyboard and mouse. One day, when I live far away from this city, I will think of the sunsets and cry a single tear.
I finally got two rolls of film developed that I shot in Milwaukee during the SGCI Conference, Print:MKE. That city makes for a good subject.