Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time… Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.
March 2014
want one?
Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time…

Recent Atom Style drawings completed while a resident at the Art Students League in New York City.

March 2014

want one?

Also, I realized I’ve never posted images of the clam shell box I made for this series way back when in 2011.  This box is hitting the Tumblr for the first time…

nevver:

I’m drifting into a world of limitless dimensions!
The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo). The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo).

The Smile Face Museum in Brooklyn had an opening this past Sunday, March 30th.  Very happy to have donated a broken ceramic plate to the collection (see first photo).

Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here. Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  
Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.
Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here.

Finishing up at the Art Students League Residency in Hudson Valley.  Decided to do a 24 hour book project.  Sol Variations ended up being my March book as part of my Book-A-Month project.  Pretty happy with how this drawing experiment turned out.  

Edition of 1.  24 pages.  Pastel, ink, and matte medium on paper.  Made in New York.

Sad to be leaving the residency.  So happy to have the studio time here.

Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together. Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  
And a sketch of an asteroid.
Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together.

Setting up for the Art Students League Residency Open Studios today.  Quick shot of my work desk and some pics of my book so far.  

And a sketch of an asteroid.

Very excited to finish this book and sew it all together.

Very excited to have my work in Los Angeles this weekend.  At Sixes and Sevens is a one-night-only group show put together by Louis M Schmidt.
From the Press Release




At Sixes and Sevens 
An Exhibition of Thirteen Recent UCSD MFA Graduates 
March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only! 
Pieter is delighted to present At Sixes and Sevens, a one-night exhibition event curated by Louis M Schmidt, highlighting works by thirteen recent graduates of UCSD’s Visual Arts MFA Program. At Sixes and Sevens brings together a group of (mostly) disparate art practices and individuals, related by their pedagogical upbringing and now subsequently residing in Los Angeles, CA. The thirteen artists in the exhibition command a significant list of accomplishments, and work in forms both radical and traditional- from figurative oil painting to conceptual drawing and sculpture; primal performance, and video works ranging from absurdist to sublime. Please join us for this very special occasion! 
“At Sixes and Sevens”, a phrase etymologically rooted in Chaucer’s 1374 poem Troilus and Criseyde, originally referred to a 14th century game of dice and meant “to carelessly risk one’s entire fortune”. Over time, the phrase has evolved into one referring to a “state of confusion, disorder or disagreement”. However, both meanings now perfectly encapsulate the current post-graduate school arena- where risk, confusion and/or disagreement swirl together around the early stages of an artist’s career, adding to the complex challenge of establishing oneself upon the dynamic, challenging and ever-shifting platform of the contemporary art scene. The subsequent exhibition wholeheartedly embraces the converging and diverging paths of these individuals, willfully placing them “at sixes and sevens” in order to highlight works by some of LA’s most ambitious and engaging artists. 
Participating artists include: Sadie Barnette, Rich Bott, Ted Chung, Micki Davis, Julia Dzwonkoski, Deanna Erdmann, Christopher Kardambikis, Vince Manganello, Elle Mehrmand, Jesse Mockrin, Zac Monday, Louis M Schmidt and Tim Schwartz. 
With organizational assistance from Amy Adler and Jesse Mockrin. Made possible by generous support from the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts and UCSD Alumni Association. 
At Sixes and Sevens 
Reception: March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only! 
Free, and open to the public Snacks and refreshments will be served! 
Pieter 
420 West Avenue 33, Unit 10 Los Angeles, CA 90031 646.750.5375 www.pieterpasd.com 
About Pieter





Pieter is a studio and performance laboratory, as well as a space for local, national and international artists of all disciplines to explore their distinct and overlapping aesthetics and interests. 
Very excited to have my work in Los Angeles this weekend.  At Sixes and Sevens is a one-night-only group show put together by Louis M Schmidt.
From the Press Release




At Sixes and Sevens 
An Exhibition of Thirteen Recent UCSD MFA Graduates 
March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only! 
Pieter is delighted to present At Sixes and Sevens, a one-night exhibition event curated by Louis M Schmidt, highlighting works by thirteen recent graduates of UCSD’s Visual Arts MFA Program. At Sixes and Sevens brings together a group of (mostly) disparate art practices and individuals, related by their pedagogical upbringing and now subsequently residing in Los Angeles, CA. The thirteen artists in the exhibition command a significant list of accomplishments, and work in forms both radical and traditional- from figurative oil painting to conceptual drawing and sculpture; primal performance, and video works ranging from absurdist to sublime. Please join us for this very special occasion! 
“At Sixes and Sevens”, a phrase etymologically rooted in Chaucer’s 1374 poem Troilus and Criseyde, originally referred to a 14th century game of dice and meant “to carelessly risk one’s entire fortune”. Over time, the phrase has evolved into one referring to a “state of confusion, disorder or disagreement”. However, both meanings now perfectly encapsulate the current post-graduate school arena- where risk, confusion and/or disagreement swirl together around the early stages of an artist’s career, adding to the complex challenge of establishing oneself upon the dynamic, challenging and ever-shifting platform of the contemporary art scene. The subsequent exhibition wholeheartedly embraces the converging and diverging paths of these individuals, willfully placing them “at sixes and sevens” in order to highlight works by some of LA’s most ambitious and engaging artists. 
Participating artists include: Sadie Barnette, Rich Bott, Ted Chung, Micki Davis, Julia Dzwonkoski, Deanna Erdmann, Christopher Kardambikis, Vince Manganello, Elle Mehrmand, Jesse Mockrin, Zac Monday, Louis M Schmidt and Tim Schwartz. 
With organizational assistance from Amy Adler and Jesse Mockrin. Made possible by generous support from the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts and UCSD Alumni Association. 
At Sixes and Sevens 
Reception: March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only! 
Free, and open to the public Snacks and refreshments will be served! 
Pieter 
420 West Avenue 33, Unit 10 Los Angeles, CA 90031 646.750.5375 www.pieterpasd.com 
About Pieter





Pieter is a studio and performance laboratory, as well as a space for local, national and international artists of all disciplines to explore their distinct and overlapping aesthetics and interests. 

Very excited to have my work in Los Angeles this weekend.  At Sixes and Sevens is a one-night-only group show put together by Louis M Schmidt.

From the Press Release

At Sixes and Sevens

An Exhibition of Thirteen Recent UCSD MFA Graduates

March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only!

Pieter is delighted to present At Sixes and Sevens, a one-night exhibition event curated by Louis M Schmidt, highlighting works by thirteen recent graduates of UCSD’s Visual Arts MFA Program. At Sixes and Sevens brings together a group of (mostly) disparate art practices and individuals, related by their pedagogical upbringing and now subsequently residing in Los Angeles, CA. The thirteen artists in the exhibition command a significant list of accomplishments, and work in forms both radical and traditional- from figurative oil painting to conceptual drawing and sculpture; primal performance, and video works ranging from absurdist to sublime. Please join us for this very special occasion!

“At Sixes and Sevens”, a phrase etymologically rooted in Chaucer’s 1374 poem Troilus and Criseyde, originally referred to a 14th century game of dice and meant “to carelessly risk one’s entire fortune”. Over time, the phrase has evolved into one referring to a “state of confusion, disorder or disagreement”. However, both meanings now perfectly encapsulate the current post-graduate school arena- where risk, confusion and/or disagreement swirl together around the early stages of an artist’s career, adding to the complex challenge of establishing oneself upon the dynamic, challenging and ever-shifting platform of the contemporary art scene. The subsequent exhibition wholeheartedly embraces the converging and diverging paths of these individuals, willfully placing them “at sixes and sevens” in order to highlight works by some of LA’s most ambitious and engaging artists.

Participating artists include: Sadie Barnette, Rich Bott, Ted Chung, Micki Davis, Julia Dzwonkoski, Deanna Erdmann, Christopher Kardambikis, Vince Manganello, Elle Mehrmand, Jesse Mockrin, Zac Monday, Louis M Schmidt and Tim Schwartz.

With organizational assistance from Amy Adler and Jesse Mockrin. Made possible by generous support from the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts and UCSD Alumni Association.

At Sixes and Sevens

Reception: March 15, 2014 (7-10pm) One Night Only!

Free, and open to the public
Snacks and refreshments will be served!

Pieter

420 West Avenue 33, Unit 10 Los Angeles, CA 90031 646.750.5375 www.pieterpasd.com

About Pieter

Pieter is a studio and performance laboratory, as well as a space for local, national and international artists of all disciplines to explore their distinct and overlapping aesthetics and interests. 

phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:
SUNSPOTS 
Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.

1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  

We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!


Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!) phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:
SUNSPOTS 
Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.

1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  

We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!


Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!) phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:
SUNSPOTS 
Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.

1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  

We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!


Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!) phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:
SUNSPOTS 
Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.

1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  

We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!


Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!) phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:
SUNSPOTS 
Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.

1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  

We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!


Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!)

phonehomepress:

Just added to the Phone Home Press distro:

SUNSPOTS 

Christopher Kardambikis

8 inches x 7 inches 
January 2014 
Edition of 50
Produced at 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles, CA.
1st installment of Kardambikis’s 2014 Book-a-month project.  
We have 2 copies of this handmade, visually stunning book in the distro, don’t sleep on it!

Check out Phone Home Press.  This Michigan based small publisher and distro has amazing books and zines for sale (including one of mine!)

Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around. Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.
And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around.

Some pics from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.  The grounds here are really beautiful and all the statues with the snow covering makes it look like something out of Narnia.

And there’s chickens.  And they follow me around.

Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such.  Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.
Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such. 

Some studio shots from week 1 as an Artist-in-Residence at the Art Students League at Vytlacil.

Atom Style drawings, book planning, and such. 

Very happy to be participating in Project LALO and exhibiting a post-card at Studio1.1 in London.

Project LALO is an international exchange between ten dynamic artist run spaces in London and Los Angeles, presenting work by over ninety artists in both established and emerging gallery spaces. Campbell Works has partnered with Artra Curatorial in Los Angeles, to bring this ten venue event to both cities. By pairing galleries and creating the opportunity to exchange both their artists and their galleries, Project LALO





will present five exhibitions in London through March and five exhibitions in Los Angeles through April 2014. Showcasing a deep cross section of current practice from the two cities. Some spaces will choose to present curated exhibitions and some will take the opportunity to create a clear platform for the visiting artists to engage, and present new work alongside those who run the host spaces. 
From the press release



Very happy to be participating in Project LALO and exhibiting a post-card at Studio1.1 in London.

Project LALO is an international exchange between ten dynamic artist run spaces in London and Los Angeles, presenting work by over ninety artists in both established and emerging gallery spaces. Campbell Works has partnered with Artra Curatorial in Los Angeles, to bring this ten venue event to both cities. By pairing galleries and creating the opportunity to exchange both their artists and their galleries, Project LALO





will present five exhibitions in London through March and five exhibitions in Los Angeles through April 2014. Showcasing a deep cross section of current practice from the two cities. Some spaces will choose to present curated exhibitions and some will take the opportunity to create a clear platform for the visiting artists to engage, and present new work alongside those who run the host spaces. 
From the press release



Very happy to be participating in Project LALO and exhibiting a post-card at Studio1.1 in London.

Project LALO is an international exchange between ten dynamic artist run spaces in London and Los Angeles, presenting work by over ninety artists in both established and emerging gallery spaces. Campbell Works has partnered with Artra Curatorial in Los Angeles, to bring this ten venue event to both cities. By pairing galleries and creating the opportunity to exchange both their artists and their galleries, Project LALO





will present five exhibitions in London through March and five exhibitions in Los Angeles through April 2014. Showcasing a deep cross section of current practice from the two cities. Some spaces will choose to present curated exhibitions and some will take the opportunity to create a clear platform for the visiting artists to engage, and present new work alongside those who run the host spaces. 
From the press release

Very happy to be participating in Project LALO and exhibiting a post-card at Studio1.1 in London.

Project LALO is an international exchange between ten dynamic artist run spaces in London and Los Angeles, presenting work by over ninety artists in both established and emerging gallery spaces. Campbell Works has partnered with Artra Curatorial in Los Angeles, to bring this ten venue event to both cities. By pairing galleries and creating the opportunity to exchange both their artists and their galleries, Project LALO

will present five exhibitions in London through March and five exhibitions in Los Angeles through April 2014. Showcasing a deep cross section of current practice from the two cities. Some spaces will choose to present curated exhibitions and some will take the opportunity to create a clear platform for the visiting artists to engage, and present new work alongside those who run the host spaces. 

From the press release

Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2. Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.
Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2.

Just finished February’s book.  The Planets Move Far Too Slowly In Their Orbits To Be Heard.  Double-sided accordion fold.  10 inches by 6 inches and unfolds to 8 feet.

Made on my inkjet - printing each color separately.  Edition of 2.

Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :) Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :)

Some more late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded into a book.

Going to be a long weekend in the studio :)

Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014.  Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K.  Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one. Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014.  Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K.  Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one. Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014.  Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K.  Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one. Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014.  Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K.  Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one. Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014.  Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K.  Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one.

Late night and last minute printing for February’s book as part of my book-a-month project for 2014. Layered ink-jet prints done as C,M,Y, and K. Prints soon to be accordion-folded.

Super-small edition size on this one.

New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts. New online store!
I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.
Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 
I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)
I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.
Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.
hearts.

New online store!

I now have an online store as part of my (updated) website.  Follow the link to purchase zines and books from this year’s Book-a-Month project as well as individual drawings.  The Book-a-Month project is a way for me to play with the book form and work through a number of ideas at a fast pace and to push my studio capabilities a bit.  Some months will see a small edition of a zine (around 50 copies or so) and some months may be a one-of-a-kind artist book.  I have several ideas that I’m excited to get to but I’m even more excited to see what new things spring up from being engaged with the book medium at a higher frequency.

Part of doing this store is also to distribute my drawings.  I will be an artist-in-residence at the Art Students League near Hudson Valley for the month of March (so soon!).  While there, I will be continuing my Atom Style drawing series and mailing out drawings to whomever orders them. 

I would love to be mailing out as many drawings as possible from New York.  Order in the next couple weeks (cut off date March 5th) and I’ll throw in a free Atom Style zine with your order.  It would help to have a better idea of how much paper I should be bringing with me :)

I can’t fully articulate how excited I am to be at the Art Students League for the month.  And how excited I am to be working on both the Atom Style drawings and a new book/zine every month.  I’m so looking forward to the opportunity to share my work with people out in the world and to play with the book form a bit.  Hope you all out in the interwebs enjoy the results.

Of course, watch this space through March to see what I’m up to in the studio.

hearts.