Sunday, November 27, 2016

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Friday, October 14, 2016

Preview of Paintings for the Armory

Preview of some small paintings I am showing at the Armory this weekend. They are small watercolors and gouache paintings mounted on wood, several full moon paintings if you want a reasonably priced souvenir from tonight's sky. ;) Poem Blocks

Monday, October 10, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Tuesday, October 4, 2016



Sunday, July 10, 2016

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Homework of the day

comic028 Comic homework of the day, creating a simple character with a setting and some objects and actions. It is basically younger me, though I doubt any aged me would be mowing, and younger me would not be grilling. I was pretty good at reading and drawing and laying in my raft at the lake. :)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Day 6 Comic Strip Homework

Day 6 Comic strip Homework This was a harder challenge than I thought. I feel like I went in a lot of different directions in these panels, thematically.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Dogs of Winnett Street Comic Panel #5

comic 5 5th in the week's 4 panel comic strip homework...there are more dogs I should have added to this list: Sammy, and the terrier whose name I forget, and Zeus, may he rest in peace, in the Elysian fields...

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Day 4 of 4 panel comic homework

Day 4 of my 4 panel comic homework A staycation postcard from Fort Hale, New Haven, CT...bocce anyone?

Friday, July 1, 2016

Homework Day 3 comic

comic0024 Today, a diary in water...

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Comic: Some Animals of Connecticut

some animals of connecticut Day 2 of my 4 panel strip homework...

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Cartooning homework

comic020 First of six 4-panel strips...Brunetti says that I don't have to try to make this set funny, so here we is more autobiographical, I suppose...bear with me...

Cartooning homework

homework in sequencing

Yesterday's Cartooning Homework, an exercise in sequencing...or how any four random things strung together can become a narrative...really...try's true...

Monday, June 27, 2016


My third Single Panel comic for Brunetti homework, cheating a bit with the split view...

Sunday, June 26, 2016


This is another panel from the Brunetti homework. I am not sure about this one. Some are going to be less interesting than others. And that might be an understatement. We shall see. I guess the point is to work through it.

Saturday, June 25, 2016



It is summer and I am working my way through Ivan Brunetti's Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice book. It is a bit like doing Couch to 5K, and I am picking up where I left off. I feel determined to get through it, especially in light of comments he made about certain weeks being tell-tale stumbling blocks for people. Sink or swim sort of times. This one surprised me by being a little darker and stranger than I intended to be.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Staycation Postcards starts this coming Friday!

Staycation Postcards is a class I am offering at Creative Arts Workshop this summer. Fridays 1-4 pm. Choose to fill a watercolor postcard book, an accordion fold sketchbook, paint 6 small panels or sketch on your iPad with fellow artists as we travel to local sites for 6 weeks. It starts this Friday and you can sign up here at


This is a screenshot from my first Processing program which I wrote this week with the gracious Katie O'Shaughnessey who teaches Math at Foote and hosted the professional development workshop I was in, called Coding and You! It was a wonderful treat to be a student for the week, and now I have lots of ideas for processing projects that are just elusively beyond my reach, but which I am going to love learning how to solve. More to come by the end of the summer, with hope.

Monday, May 16, 2016

testing out pollcaster

I am testing out Pollcaster for voting on images. These are mine, but I plan to use this as a voting tool in my Photography Class at Hopkins, so my students can vote on the most convincingly restored photograph, because they have learned photoshop retouching techniques this month. Top vote gets a special prize, a real life Photoshop Magic Wand tool. If only it really worked for real.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Ken has bucket

ken has bucket

Ken found this charcoal drawing on newsprint from 1986 from a summer drawing class taught by Ron Markman for which we both modeled. OMG! I love this drawing, it is one of the earliest drawings I ever did of Ken. It is "preserved" under acetate, so the minute it comes out of this plastic, it will dissolve, I am sure. There is another drawing behind it, but I am scared to take this apart to see what it is.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

My Live Illustration for the Fair Haven breakout group of the Yale CARE Health Forum

CARE live illustration

My live illustration from the Fair Haven breakout session of the CARE CT Health Forum today at ConnCAT. Our group found some of the survey results surprising. You probably will too. 
I can't wait to see all the illustrators' drawings together. Each of the illustrators had their own particular style and take. First time live illustrating with a group. I learned a lot and loved the super designs and ideas everyone came up with. Thanks Artspace New Haven for this opportunity. There is a lot to be learned from the CARE Health Surveys and a so much we could all do to improve the situations in our communities to ensure that those in the most need live the healthy lives they deserve.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Thursday, April 21, 2016


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