It was a great semester teaching Basic Design and Art Appreciation at the Tohono O’odham Community College. The students were open to learning and appreciative of my efforts. They worked hard and came up with some impressive artwork. I’m looking forward to doing it again!
The book project I was working on to fulfill a commission for the Law Offices of Snell and Wilmer in Salt Lake City is finished. I took photos of it, but somehow I can’t seem to locate them on the computer. They must be floating around there somewhere, but for the life of me I can’t figure out where. Anyway, after much sweat and (some) tears, I’m pleased with the way it came out. Hopefully, the client will be too!
We’re now about 4 hours delayed in starting our big big month long US Route 89 road trip adventure. I’m sure I’ve mentioned the 89 project a number of times in this blog. We’ll be writing about the trip via a different blog. While traveling, in addition to working with Jim to figure out “why life is so fine on Route 89”, I’ll be doing some drawing and lots of thinking. And taking snapshots for possible future paintings. Back about June 17.
By the way, besides the photos that I can’t find, I do have some I had planned on posting of my students at work on their last drawing project of the semester. But Blogspot doesn’t seem to be uploading photos for some reason today. Or maybe I’ve suddenly forgotten how to upload photographs, too??