Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Today I saw my first Christmas tree inside the Pottery Barn on Michigan Avenue, and realized how terribly metally unprepared I am for winter. I haven't slept very well the last three nights, but I'm now languishing in my four day hiatus from work--a cancelled trip has left me with extra days off and gloriously nothing to do (though I did vow to do some closet cleaning and reorganizing.)My oral history/interview turned out very well with Pamela Miller, so I got that off my hands today, and a start on my critical paper-not as I planned on the Harris book-- but on Coultas' Handmade Museum, ie her weaving of the personal with the documentation, something I'm struggling with in regard to Archer Avenue.

In the past couple of days, I and little sis have managed to hook up my sexy new laser printer, which with it's hefty size and large capacity, will save me a little money and function as the dgp official more dealing with the walking-dead at kinkos.(except for the color covers) It was a tidy sum to shell out, but it'll pay for itself hopefully after a few runs. And the quality appears just as good as what I've done at print shops. And now I can spend more on paper.. (Whee!!)

Yesterday, I created an art page on my website, which collects a few of the collages I actually have scanned. More to come.


Never Guess An Email Address. said...

Your artwork is lovely. Keep up the beautiful work!

Brandi said...

Hey, just wanted to say thanks for the beautiful chapbook! Much appreciated. And also to tell you that I ate in one day last week the following:

-Honey Bun (37 g fat!)
-WHOLE PLATE of chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy
-Wendy's cheeseburger

I could FEEL my arteries clogging... and it did NOT feel good... I think grad school is doing this to me ;)