On the way home from my walk at Sawyer Point, I realized I was driving by the spot they held Scribble Jam. In what has been called “America’s Largest Hip Hop Festival” the walls surrounding the event are host to artists from all over. Each year they cover the walls in graffiti murals on a
I woke up this morning after a sound rest. Upon looking at the latest updates on Twitter, @lloydaustins had posted a link to ONE & OTHER. As I began to watch the people set upon the backdrop of the Trafalgar Square in London, I felt the compelling urge to take a trip to downtown Cincinnati.
It was late 1992 when I received a surprise letter that I was invited to the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Honors Life Drawing class. My gracious and talented high school teacher; Mrs. Barbara Doucette had recommended me for the class. I was completely surprised, excited and a little nervous too. The day came when I
I got back to a painting today that I had put aside for a couple of weeks and managed to film some footage of me working on it. It is very close to being finished! AWAIT represents a a murky hopefulness of what is to come. I heard a saying once; “I hope for the