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I’ve been incredibly busy the past month. It’s been bittersweet. Great things happening all the expense of time to decompress.

The next show at MOCA VA is almost up. The opening is this coming Thursday night. The work of Robert Sites, a professor at NSU, and former VCU student Jared Clark fills the space beautifully.

I’ve been working on getting the future I Like Soup show going, an ancillary exhibition to coincide with MOCA VA’s future Warhol exhibit, packing boxes and mailing packages, for MOCA VA, keeping up with homework, working at the art supply store and painting for school and other projects. I really wish sleep wasn’t so necessary.

Jason is giving a talk at ODU to the AIGA student group this Friday. If you are in the area please attend. It’s open to the public.

I’ve also been struggling with how to complete a memorial article I’ve been writing about my former teacher. I talked about it in a previous entry.

Otherwise things have been good. The step-babies are doing well. Ian is making his movies. Belle is continuing guitar.

Below is Ian’s stop motion animation, music provided by our friend Chuck Abadam

This is just a snapshot of one of the many things I’m working on.

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2011 School Re-Cap

I’ve updated my fine arts section with some of the work I’ve produced during the school year. There’s more, just not complete yet. I hope to finish them soon, and I hope they turn out better than what I’ve uploaded. I like the technique’s I’ve explored, I just hope to push myself techniquely further and faster.

I wish I could put off next semester just a little bit longer! I’m happy to be in school but I could use a longer break. I recently attended a prep class at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Virginia about conservation and art handling. It was very…illuminating, haha. I apparently always pack my art wrong. Basically everything I’ve done is wrong. I guess I already knew the truth. I’m glad they gave us packets to take home on how to ship work properly. This class was also to prepare me to help install art shows for the museum. Exciting!

I’ll be uploading some more old time radio horror plays soon as well. If you like them, let me know! I’m going to try to put some Christmas themed ones together, or the very least winter. And I’ll post some photos of our tree(sarcastic pentagram topper and all).

Happy Horror Days!