New Bike Print + Announcement!

12/30/11

I’ve just added this new Tour de France bike print to my shop! If you love bikes I’ve also got this one and this one.

Also: my big announcement! I’m so happy to let you know that I will be starting a new daily project for 2012, akin to my 2010 project, Collection a Day. It’s a bit different, but the same idea. Every day for 365 days I’ll be posting an image of something related to the project. What’s the project, you ask? Stay tuned, because that part will be announced Sunday, January 1!

Happy Friday, friends!

CATEGORIES: Drawings | For Sale
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Lovely Holiday

12/29/11

My Christmas in Portland with my family was so lovely. Here are some highlights, from top to bottom, left to right:
Ace Hotel photo booth with Clay
-My parent’s beautiful Christmas tree
-My niece Mia at Trish Grantham’s show at Augen Gallery
Ace Hotel photo booth with my niece Mia
-My mom’s neighbor’s Santa collection
-The Ace Hotel
-Wilfredo looking dapper on Christmas Eve
-Brunch at my sister’s house on Christmas morning

I hope you’ve had a nice holiday too!
PS: I’ve got an exciting announcement to make tomorrow, so stay tuned!!

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My Work in the Contemporary Jewish Museum

12/28/11

I’m back from my holiday vacation and so happy to be back on the blog. Today I am so excited to announce that my work will be featured in an exhibition opening February 16 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. This is my first museum show and I could not be more thrilled to be involved. The exhibition, Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought is an opportunity for the 50 invited artists to explore the subject of the tree in Jewish tradition. The show is a continuation of a long-running series at the Contemporary Jewish Museum—the Dorothy Saxe Invitational—in which artists from diverse backgrounds and working in a range of medium are invited to explore a Jewish ritual object. My piece (pictured above) is made from reclaimed wood and gouache and explores the Tu B’Shevat seder, an all vegan feast with four cups of wine progressing from white to red, with shades of pink in between.

The exhibition opens February 16, and I hope if you are in San Francisco you will go visit the museum to see it! You can learn more about the show and view some of the other work here.

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Happy Holidays & Blog Vacation

12/16/11

Hello friends and happy holidays! Two things: 1) Today (Friday, December 16 by midnight) is the last day to place an order in my shop to ensure holiday delivery. Tomorrow morning will be my last post office run before heading on vacation for a week to visit my family in Portland. You can place orders after today, but I will not be shipping again until December 27. 2) I’m taking a little blog vacation also until December 27! I hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing holiday. I will be doing lots of nothing for a week and am really looking forward to it. I’ll see you on the 27th with a little report on my vacation nothing-ness. Cheers!

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My Book

12/15/11

I’m nearly out of copies of my book to sell you (so if you want to order a signed copy directly from me, jump over here real quick), but you can get unsigned copies on Amazon and at my publisher UPPERCASE. Makes a great gift for collectors!

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