Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Sunday, October 04, 2020

Thanks Again (sticker)


 

Leonine (acrylic, rice paper, and gold leaf on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Hello


 

Red Stripe (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Jubilee (acrylic, rice paper, and gold leaf on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Metal Machine Music (from Catalogue Work)


 

Pink Wave (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Only When I'm Dreaming (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Startled at the Prospect (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

The Italicized Parts (sticker)


 

Figs of Paros, The (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Lozenges (acrylic, rice paper, gold leaf, and spray paint on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

New Day Rising (acrylic, gold leaf, and rice paper on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Florence (acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Summer Memorial (acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 11' x 14")


 

Lemons for Our Troubles (acrylic and rice paper on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

No Remedy for Melancholy (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Tinkle, Tinkle (acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Dry Lightning (acrylic and rice paper on canvas, 11'x 14")


 

You, You, You (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Vast, Unknowable (acrylic on canvas, 11" x 14")


 

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Today!

 Thursday, September 24th—4pm (EST)

Todd Colby Leads a Close Reading of John Ashbery’s “By Guess and By Gosh”

Poet and visual artist Todd Colby attended the University of Iowa, where he and fellow students started the band Drunken Boat in the 1980s. He moved to New York City to attend graduate school at Brooklyn College before Drunken Boat began touring and releasing CDs. His first poetry collection, Ripsnort, was published in 1994, followed by Cush (1995), Riot in the Charm Factory (1999), Tremble & Shine (2004), and Splash State (2014). The New York School poets, punk rock, spoken-word poetry, John Ashbery, and the modernists, including William Carlos Williams and Gertrude Stein, all influenced his poetry. Colby is on the board of directors of the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church, where he teaches workshops. He has collaborated with artists Marianne Vitale and David Lantow and edited the anthology Heights of the Marvelous: A New York Anthology (2000). Colby wrote a poem a day about the 2012 Tour de France for Bicycling magazine online.

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