Monday, September 19, 2011


The photo of the Guggenheim is one of two photographs that I have in the Architecture 2012 calendar published by Rizzoli that is available now.

Other recent events include:

A screen print of a concrete poem is included in Visual Flux #2 published by Redfox Press, Ireland. See the work at the London and New York Book Fairs coming up in the next two weeks.

A visual sonnet work on paper has been selected for Art on the Plains XI at the Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND, opening at the end of January, 2012.

Numbers 1 through 10 of the Viva Art Book Series (see previous posts) have been purchased by the University of San Diego, through Vamp and Tramp. The next five works in the series are being developed, two have been completed.

Visual Poetry work for exhibit has been sent to Write Now, an exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center, opening at the end of September, 2011. The exhibition will be up until next April.

Haiku #92 was recently completed and printed by Hermetic Press, Minneapolis. Phil Gallo has featured it on his blog to illustrate his discussion on serifs.

Two dedication sonnets, for the Weisman Art Museum and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum have been completed and are under respective consideration.


  1. Dear Scott,
    I'd love to include some of your work in an anthology that I'm editing, but I haven't been able to track down an email for you. Could you send me your email address?--and I'll get more details to you. I'm at: Thanks, and hope to speak soon, Yours,

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