Find your project’s audience

I will have to admit, my Middle Ground project took off faster than I was prepared for that in quick succession I was offered a solo exhibition, which then required the production/launch of my artist book. In retrospect, I think I knew who my audience was, but maybe not as well as I could have.... Continue Reading →

Book Gifts for 2019 Holidays

For those who are looking for a nice last minute holiday gift, I have a few potential books for you to consider; a really great gift idea for someone special who really enjoy a small edition book object to read and treasure. Good news: any of these books can be quickly arranged to be delivered... Continue Reading →

Border issues in the Democratic debates last night

Watching the second night of the second round of the Democratic President debates in Detroit last night to obtain some more information as to who is going to be the next American President. As expected, one of the many issues was immigration, pathway to American citizenship, illegal border crossing, deportation and indirectly the American-Mexican border... Continue Reading →

Middle Ground – Photobooks International

My artist book Middle Ground is now available at a third US bookstore; Photobooks International. Nice! This virtual bookstore also has a small retail space at Fabrik Projects gallery (Los Angeles near Culver City) where there are a few copies of this limited edition book are available to check out. Middle Ground is also available at Grenade... Continue Reading →

Oleander – the Snow White lesson

  My attention to my Middle Ground artist book has been on hiatus for a short time; in retrospect I think that all of the leporello book binding I completed for this artist book edition in conjunction with preparing for the solo exhibition really took it out of me. It was pretty intense experience, but when a... Continue Reading →

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