Art Post No.24

AP24 – 10 June 2015

Chris Erskine at Campus Art Gallery
Chris Erskine at Campus Art Gallery

I hope everything is well with you.

Sorry about missing last week’s Art Post.  I have just upgraded to Adobe Creative Cloud and there have been a few transition problems.  I will talk more about this change next week.

My recent break in weekly art postings has given me the opportunity to reflect on where and how I can improve things.

The goal of these video blog postings is to give you a sense of my creative practices. I love studio tours and the chance to see artists at work.  It is my hope that this video postings can achieve the same effect; essentially a virtual studio tour.

To increase the chance of you visiting on a regular basis, I have decided to drastically reduce the length of each video art post to 60 seconds.  Hopefully, this will give you a snapshot of my creative activities.

Since the City of Hamilton is source of creative inspiration for urban landscape art, I will try and post from various locations in the community.

Art Post will continue to be published every Wednesday morning between 7 am to 9 am.


Chris Erskine

Published by Chris Erskine

Inspired by architecture and landscapes, my art explores our relationship to place, memory and identity. As a mid career artist, my art practice includes: painting, murals, short films, and sound art.

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