Pink "girl" and "cat" paintings in Carey's beautiful kitchen in Ohio.
Every so often one of my lovely patrons posts/sends me a photo of my art in their home.
I just love seeing where my art lives now...and thought I'd share a few of the photos via my blog.
It has been over two years since my last post like this (previous posts here and here) and I've collected a ton of great, new pics. Rather than make one giant blog post I've decided to start sharing them via this here Facebook album: "Where My Art Lives Now".
"You Cannot Give Yourself a Nickname is the winner of The Rusty Toque's 2014 Fiction Chapbook Contest.
"The stories in the collection, You Cannot Give Yourself A Nickname,
are all perfectly flawless, flawless portraits of deeply flawed
characters, unlucky as well as making bad decisions—these are funny,
true, candid, often absurd vignettes of real life." —Lee Henderson, 2014
Fiction Chapbook Contest Judge
John Jodzio is a winner of the Loft-McKnight Fellowship. His stories
have appeared in a variety of places including This American Life,
McSweeney’s, and One Story. He’s the author of the short story
collections, “If You Lived Here You’d Already Be Home” (Replacement
Press) and “Get In If You Want To Live” (Paper Darts Press). He lives in
Minneapolis. Find out more at www.johnjodzio.net"
I have donated three little paintings to "Art 4 Shelter", a MASSIVE one-night art sale to benefit Simpson Housing Services and their mission to house, support and advocate for people experiencing homelessness.
Featuring over 1000 original works of art on paper priced at $30 each