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Viterbo University – Collage Workshop

Lecture on Collage, Computer Demonstration and Hands-on workshop with students.

February 1, 2017

Photos courtesy of Associate Professor Joseph Miller

Kanyon’s cool collage.

Also posted in Visiting Artist/Lectures

Viterbo University – Exhibit Installation Images

Art, Undone!

Art in the Park 2016 concluded on October 7.

What took three days to install came off in 30 minutes.

Also posted in Public Art, Studio notes

KC Flatfiles at the H&R Block Artspace

Wall curated by Joe Houston
August 31 – September 10, 2016

from left to right: Joha Bisone, Lynn Benson, Kati Toivanen, Anne Austin Pearce —

at H&R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute.

Also posted in Exhibits, Review/Articles

2016 Art in the Loop Catalog

Also posted in Public Art, Review/Articles

Art in the Loop 2016 –

Overview of this year’s Art in the Loop Projects.



Also posted in Public Art, Review/Articles

Mix & Match – Fun with Collage

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Wonderful collages by participants of a collage workshop.

Hopscotch – “Spying” on pedestrians

Hopscotch – Installation Day 2 – Finished

Finally we got all the prints in and tucked into the grooves. This was probably the most challenging installation, physically and technically, that I have ever done. The wind and the heat truly put my abilities to the test.

Luke, my installation assistant, “testing” the art.



Also posted in Exhibits, Images in the works, Public Art, Studio notes

Hopscotch – Color Matching

Oh, so many grays. Matching concrete and pavement grays is one of the most challenging color balancing acts. Here are some pictures of the more than a dozen trips to match my prints to the target environment.

It can get really windy downtown, so that is why I am often either standing on the samples or have tape rolls or rulers holding them in place.

5-22-2016 – first stab at the challenge and not even close.


5-25-2016 – AM

5-25-2016 – PM


The initial tests are done with my own printer, but this is using the final material used for the installation – AlumiGraphics Grip. I took segments of each square and I also made a test strip of solid concrete (seen on the side) to be able to make some educated guesses and final adjustments.

I got a little help that day.

Also posted in Images in the works, Public Art, Studio notes