About Me

My name is Drew Kail and I am a printmaker and glass artist living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  My aim for this blog is to keep both a written and visual journal of my artistic process in order to better understand the cycle of making, and how one arrives at both a beginning and an end of a work or a series of works.

If you would like more information, or are interested in purchasing a print or glass piece, please feel free to contact me at

kail(dot)andrew(at)yahoo(dot)com

Best,

Drew

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24 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Glad I found your blog…thanks for checking mine out too. You’re making my printmaking ideas kick back into action. I have a press in my home studio, but lately it’s mostly been used as a dumping ground for all the other projects I am working. I think it’s time it got cleared off again! Thanks for the inspiration. Best, Dara
    http://coffeeandlilacs.wordpress.com/

  2. Wow! Your art is beautiful.

    Thanks for visiting ‘Gday Canucks’ a few weeks ago (I’ve been slack getting back to everyone!). I’m glad you visited because otherwise I would not have found your blog!
    Nicole

  3. Hi Drew, thank for taking the time to like my Painting in Progress post. I like your short and to the point motivation for keeping yout blog, Well said.
    And I find your work intriguing.
    Sarah

    1. Thanks for the nomination Shannon! That’s wonderful. I’ll proceed with the next steps on Monday or Tuesday. I’ve been preparing for a show tomorrow.
      Cheers,
      Drew

  4. Hi Drew- Thanks for liking my “playtime” post. Your work and your blog are really inspiring, and I enjoyed discovering both. Thanks for sharing your work and process. Congrats on your recent accolades as well- clearly, well deserved! -Cheers, Deborah

  5. stumbled upon your work while looking for a good picture of Penland, keep up the great work! and I was wondering if you minded me stealing your panorama shot of campus for instagram… I would give full credit if you don’t mind :] …unfortunately last time I was up there it was gloomy and unsuitable for a shot, Thanks, Erica!

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