I took a break from painting to make a video for the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, a 36,000 square foot mansion built for the railroad tycoon in 1891. Today it’s a museum. Did you know I was a guide there for five years? I offer a special thanks to managers Craig Johnson and Sara Scrimshaw for inviting me. Many people helped make the video: Wilson Webb, Mark Mallman, Chari Eckmann and Marissa Papatola. Click here for the link.
Almost a year has passed since my last “news item” post. I’ve been experimenting in the studio and I hope to have some new work to share in early 2014. Below is a drawing from “Shrine,” a short animation.
What have I been up to? Make a virtual studio visit thanks to Ellen C. Caldwell and the New American Paintings Blog. The link is here.