A show of mini works at the Walton (KY) branch of the Boone County Public Library. In the case are 30+ works that all began life as a drawing (some still are, but some are screen prints from drawings). I love to see the hand of the artist in the work presented, no matter how quirky, crooked, or doodle-esque.
Most of the work in the case is mine, though some is collaborative (bottom row of mini art journals + Porkbelly Press titles on the right side). This shows the evolution from my very first screen prints to painted drawings and all the way up to assemblage with hand-painting + mini, layered screen print.
A long train was passing when I pulled into the lot. It’s a great little location that manages to be fairly close to the highway, but still intimate—who doesn’t love a peaceful little library nestled up next to some active train tracks and wooded area?
Thanks to my artist-friend Kathleen Piercefield for giving me the opportunity to show some in Walton.