The Art Education department put together a closing social at Rowley Press in downtown Provo. This is seriously one of the coolest things I've done in Provo in four years. This guy lives in the attic of this old house and uses the main floor as a letterpress studio/community gallery open to the public. Right now there's a kid's art show up on almost every wall in sight. Mr. Rowley showed us all of his presses (I lost count, but I think he has at least 6), his old school fonts, and even let us make our own cards to take home. Can I just quit school and letterpress all day?
Friday, April 30, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Let's be honest: I'm still disappointed that I am staying in Provo this summer.
I had big plans and expectations for how this summer would go, and Provo was far from those plans.
So every time I get grumpy about it and I'm outside, I imagine I'm living in a foreign country.
Doesn't Y mountain look like Japan today?
For some reason things always seem prettier in other countries.
Posted by Kellie at 10:03 PM
Matt bought me a subscription to Oprah magazine for Christmas.
Two reasons why this is awesome:
1) He knew I would just spend 5x as much every month on it without a subscription.
2) Every time it comes in the mail it reminds me of him.
(Cue the "Awwwwwwwww...")
This is the 10th anniversary edition = suhweeeeeeet read.
Is it blasphemous to say that Oprah is pretty much her own religion?
Posted by Kellie at 10:01 PM
Saturday, April 24, 2010
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Monday, April 12, 2010
Jamie Rees came and taught Dr. Graham's class today since he's in Zion for a month.
We did visual representations of our creative process.
And then we transferred them onto paper using mylar and etching ink.
I thought it would only be appropriate to document the process of documenting my process?
(hyuk hyuk hyuk)
Posted by Kellie at 6:25 PM
Saturday, April 10, 2010
My friend Amber is involved in the Invisible Children campaign.
Last night I went to see the documentary with the Italians.
Since I had so much fun last night to all hours of the night,
I am paying for it today.
I have been sick in bed all day, and haven't even left my apartment!
This is the only picture I took all day.
Posted by Kellie at 7:49 PM