Category Archives: Art Business

I’ve started an Artist Residency at FACTUR

Posted on November 13th, 2014 in Art Business
It’s finally starting to feel like fall down here in Orlando – our version of fall, that is. I welcome the open windows and brisk mornings and evenings. Last week I started a residency at FACTUR, “a member-driven fabrication laboratory and coworking space that serves as a creative home in which people work, learn and build […]

The Story Behind My Local Notebooks

Posted on August 27th, 2014 in Art Business
This is a cross-post of the content I wrote up for the “About” page of the new, posted here for longevity and your enjoyment. The Story Nearly every Tuesday I work out of Downtown Credo, my favorite coffee shop, with a group of designers, programmers, artists, and other interesting people, who either don’t have an […]

2013 Arts & Culture Day in Tallahassee

Posted on March 14th, 2013 in Art Business, Events
There is an annual arts and culture advocacy day coming up on March 20th in Tallahassee. See for details. I’m not able to go, but I emailed my representatives to ask them to support arts and culture in Florida. If you are a Florida artist, I recommend you do the same. You can find your state […]

International Shipping is Complicated

Posted on March 8th, 2013 in Art Business
International shipping is complicated. I’m shipping artwork from the United States to various countries around the world. After spending a few hours this morning trying to get up to speed a bit on this, a few things are clear. For packages up to max length 42″ and max length + girth 79″, USPS is almost […]

The Importance of Having (and Using) an Art Mailing List

Posted on August 28th, 2010 in Art Business, Events
In May of 2009 I participated in an algorithmic mathematical art workshop at Rutgers University’s DIMACS (Center for Discrete Mathematics and Experimental Computer Science). The three day program was a great opportunity to share my artwork and to be inspired by other artists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. As I though about how to share my […]