New self portrait project for 2020! As well as half-mad musings about the relationship between digital and traditional painting.
I’m showcasing two pieces today: I don’t have a whole lot of information on these prints, but I still want to share them with you because I think they look nifty. These contemporary Japanese prints were a gift to Arlene Schnitzer. Next, I wrapped a Folio of photograph work by Paul Dahlquist, an Oregon basedContinue reading “PAM Internship Week 5: More Japanese Prints and Paul Dahlquist”
Last week I learned how to make a box. However, making somewhat bulky boxes can be very cost-ineffective to the cardboard, and when you have large print pieces such as Portrait of a Racetrack by David Grant Best, which is a very heavy, large, dense portfolio. A cardboard box would not be a very effectiveContinue reading “ArH Internship: David Grant Best”