So much ground to cover!

It’s been an incredibly eventful summer and fall, and there are so many posts to write. I will have a break soon, but in the meantime, here are a few images to give a quick rundown. They include a residency at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts┬áto design my next artist’s book structure, papermaking and indigo dyeing in Stevens Point with the crew, beginning an incredible glass collaboration with artist Kristin Thielking, co-organizing the first regional exhibition for the College Book Art Association, teaching classes at ECU, seeing Calexico at the Haw River Ballroom, a great Archiving for Artists workshop at the North Carolina Museum of Art, a quick visit back to Stevens Point to work with Kristin and prepare for our November exhibition at the Dare County Arts Council in Manteo, NC, plus a few more irons in the fire. So much work to do! I love it.mapping hexagons Hinge Design Cutting Daphne Indigo pages for Campbell bside Paradox Robinson_Thielking_Wrecked_a Southern Exposure laying out exhib Martin Calexico teaching thumbnails fall 2015 unbaked green wreck