About [Archived]

I am something of a nomad. A visual artist with a bachelor’s in studio art from the University of Dallas (which, incidentally, isn’t actually in Dallas, but rather in Irving, Texas). Printmaker. Photographer. Painter. Illustrator. Current MFA student at Cranbrook Academy of Art. That’s in Michigan. It’s cold here.

Someday there may actually be something worthwhile on here. For now, feel free to fossick around the blog, and, should you feel so inclined, my website as well:

www.cargocollective.com/cjbarchived

CJB

P.S. All images posted throughout this blog are under copyright by the artist. Please do not use or share without permission. Bread and butter, guys. CJB

7 thoughts on “About [Archived]

  1. And you should know that I am now following you. Your friendly, familial, neighborhood stalker.

    I expect to see great things.

  2. I’ll be following you, too. At a distance, of course, like a detective, but I’ll be following.

    To the art of Carrie B!

  3. I will follow you. Uggghhhz

  4. Hi carriebaker[archived]. Thank you for following our blog. We would like to send you some letterpress bookmarks as our way of saying thank you and Happy New Year. For details read: http://peachfarmstudio.wordpress.com/2011/12/31/free-letterpress-bookmarks/ Happy blogging in 2012!

  5. Simply a smiling visitant here to share the love (:, btw great design .

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