November 15, 2008

Story Book.

How the book is presented as a whole.

He is old and alone. He went out and bought a little pet today. What a fun little pet!

She was once young and entertaining. Now she is ugly and too old to play with. Time to let her go.

She is now replaced with an even younger pet. She is more fun to play with.

But now she too has become old and ugly. Time to get rid of her.

Three young pets! Three new young pets to play with.

Three boring pets. Three old, ugly, boring pets. Time to let them go.

Ah ha! These new pets come as a pair, dressed to play cowboy and native.

Now they are too old to dress up and play.

He is old and tired of buying pets. May they all rest peacefully, finally.

Oh but on this day, this very day, he has come across a little kitten. There there little kitten.

What a sly cat he is, should have taken the kitten from the start.

Menial Envelops, Paper Collage, Watercolor, Ink, Pen, Pencil, Crayon

October 18, 2008

Mornings, laying in bed with you.

A finalized collection of a memory.
Paper Collage, Watercolor, Pastel, Acrylic

October 3, 2008

List on postcards (Envey now has a second E).

A project for my Letter Press class.

A list of words in Italian that I have come to know over the years on two different colored paper. An English translation on the third paper.

September 28, 2008

Mother Nature

"I'm sorry, I have my period today."

"Blossom little one, blossom."

"Woman reclining after painful anal sex"

Flowers, fruit and the female sex organ combined and abstracted to portray how closely women are connected to the earth.
Stretched Canvas, Pastel, Watercolor, Acrylic

September 27, 2008

Memory Drawings

"Hey Boy! Put a Jacket on!"

In first grade we liked to pretend we were Native Americans in the Sandbox.

Before they demolished the old playground at Buttonball.

Summer, when you and I were seven.
Pen, Ink, pencil

Mother Nature

A continuation of the female body.

Pen, Ink, Pencil, Watercolor

Mother Nature

Small studies of the female body.

Pen, Ink, Pencil, Watercolor

September 16, 2008

I've accepted the fact that I am now an asshole. (I own a Moleskin)

1. But these are my friends!

2. The beginning of Nature and Abstract Paint

3. The beginning of Nature and Abstract Painting Continued

4. Untitled
(Created on Lindsey's birthday)
Pen, Ink, Pencil

1. Untitled

2. Dirty Feet

3. Going back to the South Again
Paper Collage, Pen, Ink, Pencil