Order and Chaos, Side by Side

Order and Chaos, Side by Side

“Methodical, harmonious arrangement.”  vs. “Complete confusion and disorder.” Here is the evidence that order and chaos reside literally side by side in my studio and, let’s just go ahead and admit, majority of my life. They seem like a...
In preparation of PechaKucha Atlanta

In preparation of PechaKucha Atlanta

My current project is challenging myself to speak more clearly and concisely about my artwork. It was the thoughtful nomination of a fellow artist and friend that propelled me into this next opportunity, PechaKucha Atlanta. PechaKucha 20×20 promotes the art of...
My Go-To Supplies

My Go-To Supplies

I have art supplies that I consider to be my tried and true go-to’s. They are my favorites, my trusties, my familiar friends in the creative process. I thought I would take a moment to share the things my artist self can rarely do without.   “We must...
No Opportunity Too Small

No Opportunity Too Small

There has been a steady momentum developing over the past year for ‘The Neuron Series’. Building such a focused body of work and having it consistently circulating through the public has been a new experience for me. When I submited my art for exhibition at a small...
Recovering from the Creative Binge

Recovering from the Creative Binge

My name is Geinene, and I am a creative binger. There you have it, I confess to my frequent imbalance.  All summer I had tunnel vision for a specific creative project. Any spare time found was immediately invested in the process of fleshing out a series of artwork for...
The Parenthood of Art

The Parenthood of Art

I find the process of creating a piece of art similar to that of rearing children. There is of course, the beginning incubation period, where the mind is pregnant with some sort of concept or idea. We wait patiently, coming to realize it isn’t something to be...