Thursday, April 15, 2010

After french fries 04/14/2010

Calm down time 04/15/2010

"You're making a big mistake, Fox. You won't be cute forever." Fox replied, "Maybe just long enough, sir. Maybe just long enough."

Earth day is Thursday.

This Friday we will be having open studios, if you are in Omaha please come by.

Open Studios
Event Time:
Friday, April 23 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Additional Info
WHAT: Open studios of current artists-in-residence
WHO: Peter Schulte, Angela Zammarelli and Jia-Jen Lin, Nathan Ritterpusch, and Willy Chyr.
WHEN: Friday, April 23rd from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Second Floor of the Bemis Center, 724 south 12th street, Omaha, NE

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Portal 04/11/2010

Mound 04/10/2010

Video 04/11/2010

Car Windshield 04/12/2010

I finally broke down and started sleeping in here.

This is my last week of production while here. I have started to play around with my video camera and the objects that I have made. I am hoping to tie up some loose ends and prepare for open studios next week.

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Pigeon Piss Passage


Studio view 04/04/2010

Mother Nature? Hairy Beast 04/05/2010


I have a hairball in my throat.

We hope that a reunion can be arranged before she expires.


For the chewing on: The Future of Food is a 2004 documentary by Deborah Koons Garcia on the genetic engineering of food crops and the role Monsanto played in changing patent law in America to include living organisms.

Friday, April 02, 2010



My last month at the Bemis has begun.

I am sleeping on the floor in different spots of the studio this month just to see if anything will come of it. I have heard that having your bed in direct line with the door is not a good thing but I'm still going to try it.

This morning I started reading Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture. The book contains essays about contemporary American culture related to Jung's Puer/Puella archetype.