Monday, June 23, 2008
Monday, June 16, 2008
Friday, May 16, 2008
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Friday, April 18, 2008
I saw these images posted on Rag and Bone (I am a native of Rhode Island) and they immediately deflated me. Let's hope this is not what the future holds in store for our libraries. I occupy romantic and perhaps over zealous regard for libraries. Therefore these photographs are painful and so bleak if thought of as an outlook. As a contributor to printed media a la Daily Constitutional, I wonder if we are just adding to the recycle bin.
Posted by Sarah Mizer at 8:20 AM
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Friday, April 4, 2008
To give you all some context:
I am poor-ish
I am an artist (American)
I am blissfully ignorant to the art-collecting world.
I have lots of art school debt.
I LOVE! this article on Edward Winkleman's blog.
I have to admit I laugh at myself here because as a young, financially challenged American Artist, I have no business even entertaining the idea of taking out a loan (albeit interest free) of any kind to purchase anything...however, it is REALLY appealing.
Posted by Sarah Mizer at 11:09 AM
Saturday, March 29, 2008
The Daily Constitutional has been hard at work over at the Command P conference. John and I need to send BIG thanks to Andy (link below) and Holly Morrison for letting our humble publication have a booth at the conference.
Richmond has been bombarded with a thousand plus artists who have come to be part of this pretty incredible conference. I have been part timing in the booth; John has been here for the long haul. We both have had many opportunities to chat with some interesting and inspired people. Hopefully they will soon be inspired submitters with interesting things to write about..
Posted by Sarah Mizer at 10:34 AM
Here is an image of Andy Kozlowski's work. I wanted to give him a BIG thanks and a boost on his web views, so go check out what Andy has been up to before this conference took over his life. I am sure more fantastic work is in the works.
Here's the link to Andy's site:
Posted by Sarah Mizer at 10:28 AM