Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sometimes I get to write on a topic really close to my heart.

Did you know under the artillery roar and mud of the Great War’s trenches, thousands of people built underground cities that have laid undisturbed for a century? Many are secret, for now, but unprotected. Check out this article I coauthored on the effort to both promote and protect them.

It’s just a privilege to be a part of this effort, especially on Memorial Day weekend.

Thanks to the editors of PDX Magazine for their support. I wrote an article for their latest edition citing three of the books that have most influenced my thinking about what painting is, chief among them… What Painting Is, by James Elkins. It’s about materials. And bodies. Find the piece here, and let me know what you think in the comments.