Archive for June, 2008

Either the birds are chirping this fine morning or my ears are still ringing. Really, I’m buzzing still from a combination of sights and sounds of my yesterday. My morning started with a viewing of short films/videos by Juan Recamán and evening ended with the loudness that is Brooklyn metal band Goes Cube. Yeah, no […]


Despite being a proud, native Coloradoan, I am occasionally guilty of believing that New York City is the center of the universe. I don’t even know how it happens – I’ve only been here for two years! I suppose it is a self-sustaining myth of sorts. So, I was relieved when a New York Times […]


Sitting in a gallery space with my own work has proved to be a far more engaging experience than I had imagined. Two interesting references include: The work of Bing Wright, below, and Fly Disaster II, 1997, silver print, 29 1/4 x 37 inches and this quote from Willem deKooning: “I’m in my element when […]


We will be celebrating the opening of what’s left, silver gelatin prints by Sara Distin (me!), Monday, June 9th, 6-8 p.m. at Pratt Institute Steuben Gallery. spiderweb, 20.5″ x 15″ silver gelatin print I’ll be at the gallery the rest of the week, Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and/or by appointment.


I am the proud new owner of a Jason Polan Every Person in New York drawing. I was one of the lucky 200 to order one at 20×200 before the edition sold out in a matter of seconds. The series is part of Polan’s mission to draw every single person in New York City, a […]