Tag Archives: baltimore

Studio Visit: Zach Storm

Zach Storm’s stu­dio is located in a tree-line neigh­bor­hood at the edge of Bal­ti­more City. It seems to be a peace­ful set­ting, full of detached single-family homes. Here, in a large shed (with no heat!) is where Zach keeps his stu­dio. Per­son­ally, I’m jeal­ous; his space has amaz­ing nat­ural light, airy, away from dis­trac­tion. It […]

Julianna Brion

I’ve fea­tured the work of Julianna Brion on Brown Paper Bag before, and men­tioned her last week because she’s apart of my newest exhi­bi­tion for my online illus­tra­tion gallery, eyra. Julianna is included in the exhi­bi­tion Don’t Call Me Hon­ney, a show about the city of Bal­ti­more. Julianna is local to me, a trans­plant to Bal­ti­more by way […]

eyra illustration gallery // new exhibition — Don’t Call Me Honney

I was silent yes­ter­day — my apolo­gies. It’s because I was busy putting the fin­ish­ing touches on eyra illus­tra­tion gallery’s newest show, Don’t Call Me Hon­ney. The exhi­bi­tion cen­ters around my home, Bal­ti­more. All of the par­tic­i­pat­ing illus­tra­tors are liv­ing and mak­ing work in the city! I also wrote about Don’t Call Me Hon­ney, think­ing about it […]

Conectado: Connecting

This past Sat­ur­day I attended the open­ing for Conec­tado: Con­nect­ing at the Cre­ative Alliance in Bal­ti­more. I per­son­ally know the artists col­lab­o­rat­ing on the piece, Jaime Ben­nati and May Wil­son, and I was really impressed with the instal­la­tion they had put together. Jaime and May had really trans­formed the space, with a totem-like struc­ture of […]