Monthly Archives: June 2011

Kunstlerleben Opens

Kunstlerleben – From Budapest to the Valley… the Stephen Gyermek Retrospective opens today! We (IF=superpower) finished the install last night (after a marathon week) and the show looks quite amazing.  What Miguel and I had envisioned as a visual immersion … Continue reading

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Exploring the Collaborative Process

As part of the ongoing 2011 Professional Development Workshop Series at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts in Tracy-CA , I’ll be teaching three sessions.  The first is a cross-discipline offering entitled, Exploring the Collaborative Process.  If you’re in … Continue reading

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Real Life

Special thanks to culture journalist extraordinaire Lori Gilbert (of The Record) who wrote a very fine piece about Stephen Gyermek and the upcoming retrospective exhibition, Kunstlerleben.  Craig Sanders’ photos are excellent and certainly capture Stephen’s spirit/art.

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Beware of What You Believe

Very happy to have knocked this one out over the last week… but back to acrylics with lots of disdain.  I remembered what I love about them; they dry fast!  I remembered what I hate about them; they dry fast! … Continue reading

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