Monthly Archives: May 2014


vignettes of the nite LVV: “come on down to the store”

Tonite I listened to Sonic Youth’s Daydream Nation, 1988,  for the first time in years, and I was reminded of how much I like the song, The Sprawl.  Kim Gordon wrote the lyrics, and while there’s been much speculation as to what they mean, according to the band’s biography, Goodbye 20th Century, 2009, they were based […]


Looking for a second straight title

Looking for a second straight title, the Seahawks drove to the Patriots’ goal line in the waning minutes trailing by four points in Super Bowl XLIX. Reaching the 1 yard line with 26 seconds to go and a timeout to spare, it seemed like a no brainer decision to give the ball to running back […]


conquering the artist statement: a 4 week workshop/sign up now!

Hey there! This year I’m offering two sessions for my annual workshop, open to all NYC-based artists and designers, young and old, emerging and established, etc. I’ve had BFA students take it, MFAs, recent grads, those who’ve been at it a while, older artists, architects and designers who want to jumpstart their visual art practice, […]