Artist’s Talk: Eileen Powers, Photographer

Posted by on Mar 18, 2017 in Art, Artist's Talk, BlogBog, exhibition, Inspiration

New Date: Saturday, April 8 at 11 am Centerville Public Library We’ve rescheduled my artist’s talk for April 8, 2017. Please join me for chatter and visuals as I discuss my Beach Shed Series, my process and influences, and how to look at prints. Hope to see you in Cville!

In Gray

In Gray

I’m excited to announce my new book if pictures and verse, In Gray. After years of creating projects to clients, I finally took some time to combine two beloved disciplines, poetry and photography. The proof should arrive next week, and after some necessary adjustments, I’ll be printing a limited-edition, softcover run that can be purchased […]

Confessions of a Font Hog: </br>The Truth about Type

Confessions of a Font Hog:
The Truth about Type

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in BlogBog, teaching, typography, workshop

A 3-Session Workshop about Type Wednesday, February 1, 8, 15 5:30–6:45 p.m. Nantucket Atheneum Free! Hey Font Hogs! This winter I’m teaching a 3-session typography workshop at the Nantucket Atheneum, Confessions of a Font Hog: The Truth About Type. Helvetica, Georgia, Verdana and Times! Oh my! Type is everywhere in our lives, in all of […]

Recent Work: Winter Exhibition at the Dennis Public Library

Recent Work: Winter Exhibition at the Dennis Public Library

Posted by on Feb 12, 2016 in BlogBog, exhibition, Photography

Just a quick announcement to let everyone know I’m the featured artist this month at the Dennis Public Library! I decided to feature mostly work from Dennis Port, but also included some of the Craigville Cottage series I began late in 2015. If you’re nearby, please stop in and see the show, it’s hanging in […]

Reining in the Rainbow:<br>Working with Limited Color

Reining in the Rainbow:
Working with Limited Color

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in BlogBog, color, Illustration, Inspiration, Work du jour

I  remember years ago, sitting in a design meeting, one of my first, listening to the client effuse and expell about color: “The logo…it needs to be BIG and really COLORFUL!” “Well do you have a corporate color we can start with?” “No, you’re not getting me. It should be so colorful I can HEAR […]