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Time Travel Tuesday: Bayeux Tapestry

When think­ing about eyra’s newest show, Long Form, and how it is about extended nar­ra­tives, the Bayeux Tapes­try imme­di­ately came to mind. The Bayeux Tapes­try is a long embroi­dered cloth (not an actual tapes­try) that was con­structed around 1092. It is nearly 230 feet long! It depicts the events lead­ing up to the Nor­man con­quest in […]

Long Form is now LIVE! on eyra illustration gallery

Over the past cou­ple of weeks I’ve men­tioned my online gallery, eyra, is putting on Long Form, its third exhi­bi­tion. I’m happy to announce that the show is live TODAY! As in right now. Check it out. Then, check out the shop.  Long Form fea­tures illus­tra­tions that are unusu­ally long or wide. Illus­tra­tors could inter­pret that […]

John Chae in Long Form

I am swamped today, prep­ping for the open­ing of Long Form this Thurs­day on eyra, my online illus­tra­tion gallery. So, for now, I leave you with a piece that will be appear­ing in the show. It’s Deli Boy Blues by John Chae. Long Form is a show fea­tur­ing illus­tra­tions that are unusu­ally long or tall. Check out the […]

eyra in progress: Jessi Noonan for Long Form

Did you know that I’ve started another project? eyra is an online space ded­i­cated to the show and sale of illus­tra­tion. I curate exhi­bi­tions cen­tered around a theme, with each illus­tra­tor pro­vid­ing vari­a­tions on that theme. (Kind of like This Amer­i­can Life.) eyra’s newest show, Long Form opens NEXT THURSDAY! I am so excited to […]

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 […]