excerpt from Journal of Wild Culture on birch bark collecting with the Fastwurms by Napo B. … Read More A SHAGGY BARK TALE
Recently, I went into the gallery to deliver some catalogues for the current show of new drawing works at Angell Gallery when a recurring issue came up. People had shown an interest in a particular work titled, The Wheelmaster; however when I had first completed the work I referred to it as Human Farming. My… Read More What’s in a name? How to name art and influence people
This is a time lapse video of me working on my most recent work, Lilith & Naga. It is a combination of oil on birch panel and charcoal with the lines are created by using an industrial grinder as a drawing tool. Your comments appreciated.
Scrying with charcoal again, which is a quick way of drawing and channeling images, where I draw with both hands and as quickly as possible. I avoid judging the work which helps me get closer to tougher and more detailed images, at times some images only take a couple of minutes, while others can take… Read More “Scrying With Charcoal”
Great day in the studio, two of my favourite creations of the day, one drawing from my android and one painting on panel. Setting up my time lapse cameras to capture work in progress.
Excerpt: South West Journals 1981-2014 A Fastwurms Road Trip – Aug-Nov 1987. To set the stage, we had driven across Canada from Toronto to Banff to do a site specific installation, we decided to bring our Kayaks mounted on the roof of an old Dodge Dart. The idea was to save money by camping and using the kayaks on… Read More “Backseat Road Trip Notes”