My work often includes drafting copy, editing, and proofreading. Beside web and brochure copy for clients, I periodically write art reviews, artist profiles, poetry, short stories, and essays.
Featured at right: After its absorption of DVA Gallery, Rotofugi stands the lone beacon for Chicago's collectors and fans of West Coast-style lowbrow art.
Joey D's Mooks Show at Rotofugi... After its absorption of DVA Gallery, Rotofugi stands the lone beacon for Chicago's collectors and fans of West Coast-style lowbrow art.
Kris Cahill at Cush Salon... When it comes to color, seeing her work online or in print cannot come close to the experiencing the boldness and feelings apparent when standing before the actual paintings. Printing cannot match the vibrancy of her palette; the web cannot represent its luminosity or depth; and neither can accurately recreate the shine or complexity of a metallic medium, which Cahill sometimes uses.
Normal Bob Smith... With several projects in the works, including recording an Internet radio show, promoting Bob Smith USA (a documentary in which he is a featured subject), and producing a holiday version of Jesus Dress-Up magnets, it seems it would take a holy crusade to stop the one-man army of Normal Bob Smith.
Photographic-Artist Chris Shoup... His photographic constructions are gaining regional popularity, and his writing continues its evolution into a mélange of literature and artwork he calls Visulit.
Artist Mark Malmgren... Malmgren says the super brain is a resource he's been able to identify, give assignments, and have working on solutions to his problems in the background. And guess what? According to the artist, everyone has one.
Actress Marilyn Bielby*... Chicago actress Marilyn Bielby, dressed in a black tee, long green skirt, and flip-flops, is slouched on a backless chair intended to encourage good posture.
Actor-Producer Halie Rosenberg... With her March production of Steve Lohse's dark family drama Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!, Halie hopes to help Los Angeles theatergoers discover a talented new playwright, a skillful set of actors, and an important theater she enthusiastically promotes.
Mather Louth Has the (Burlesque) Blues... 'I am a glutton for language and storytelling, and so oftentimes, I create "characters" in my songs. In a way, those characters dictate the live performance. For instance, in my song "Vultures," my protagonist (so to speak) is a weather-beaten middle-aged drifter.' --Mather Louth