I have finally added some new content to my art website, which is sorely outdated and continues to lag at least 3-6 years behind what I’m currently doing.
I’ve got lots of good excuses, but the fact is, I like making art more than websites. I hand-coded that site in 2003 using tables and HTML, so it is slow and laborious to update. I usually put off updating it because I claim I’m going to redesign the whole site any day now, but that day still has not come in half a decade, so it’s probably time to quit pretending.
So what did I add?
The biggest update is my MFA thesis exhibit, Burgeoning. That page links to images, installation views, and detail views, as well as a PDF of my corollary statement.
I added a second section to the Painting area of my portfolio, a loosely-organized series of small works called Entangled. There are actually a number of other works that belong in that series but, I must sheepishly admit, I haven’t even photographed them yet. Soon?
I added a new series of Works on Paper, called Coming Apart. This is a small series of works from 2006 done with acrylic and occasional other materials like graphite and permanent marker.
- I included a link to a PDF of my Curriculum Vitae, and I updated the Press and Publications section with some of my scientific work.
And because I am apparently in a race to occupy the most bandwidth possible, I updated the Contact section with links to my other websites and places I can be found on social media. I haven’t decided if this is a good idea or not, since I do tend to say a lot of silly and unprofessional things, but I am who I am, so I might as well own it.
I’d love any comments, questions, suggestions, or other feedback you may have about the updates or the work itself, and I hope to have more updates coming soon.