New Book! Print Sale!
I am thrilled to introduce the release of Fairmont Color Card, the newest book from Big Jump Press. Long delayed and altered by the pandemic, this project is an exploration … Continue reading
Trace at 23 Sandy Gallery
At long last, Trace, the Shift-lab project which includes the Marina book and prints I’ve been working on since last July, will be up at 23 Sandy Gallery in Portland, … Continue reading
I’m digging through old notes today to gear up for a talk I am giving on Sunday afternoon at the Otis College of Art and Design. (Are you in Los … Continue reading
Deadline Met! Shift Accomplished!
A miracle. My book and its partner print are in the belly of a plane making their way to the San Francisco Center for the Book, just in time for … Continue reading
Breathing room + Deadlines = Honest to God Artwork
A long break in teaching since the holidays has given me the breathing room to think and design. The book I am producing with Shift-lab is really moving forward now. … Continue reading
Whoa, what’s this? This doesn’t look like a bookbinding handout? What’s it doing in my studio? Wait a minute, is this. . . artwork? Yes, that’s right ladies and gentlemen, … Continue reading
The Best Book Exhibition Ever (and other news)
Too many things to say this week! I have broken it down into list form for your perusal and approval: Item #1 WHO WANTS TO COME TO THE WELLS BOOK … Continue reading
Life behind a table
Just back from the Bristol Artists Book Event. Every book sale I do I get a bit better at the logistics. Recent additions: black felt tablecloth instead of wrinkled bed … Continue reading
Edition Binding 101
I am often asked how long it takes me to make one book. It is an impossible question to answer and I often seem evasive or befuddled when I try. … Continue reading
Now available for purchase: Fond, Fond Deluxe, and ten prints.
Fond, the newest title from Big Jump Press, is an investigation of our impulse to collect and preserve small, valueless objects. Casually assembled over the course of years, these objects … Continue reading