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Powering Your Artwork On The Go

March 5, 2019


Most Artists today rely on the Electrical Grid for power. Electricity powers all of our devices from phones and computers to the tools many of us use to create our artwork and manage our daily business. Technology has transformed the way we create, work and live. We can work almost anywhere and still have the […]

Mobile Art Studio Getting Ready

March 2, 2019


There are literally a lot of moving parts and considerations you have to think about. 

Life Death Art and Living

February 26, 2019


It’s been just over two years since death came calling. All the chaos of life came into a sharp clear focus. What remained was measured in hours and then minutes. The ER doctor said your bowel has ruptured and you have sepsis, you are dying. The sharp severe pain in my left side that sent […]

The Age Of Florence

September 17, 2018


Sitting in a hotel room in Raleigh North Carolina after evacuating my new home in Jacksonville on the coast. It occurred to me the future of a decade ago has arrived and we all are living in that present time. Now I am no stranger to disasters I have witnessed a lot of them, it […]

As artists our most successful works are the ones we never made.

April 23, 2017


Lethe River of Forgetfulness Digital Montage On Aluminum 30 x30 David Lee Eubank 2016 After all where does art live? As artists our most successful works are the ones we never made and have now faded from our memory. It is not really about things so much as about life and how we live. As I […]

Art of the Scam, Artists Beware!

February 13, 2012


Many of you have seen Chris Hanson’s “To Catch a ?” show on Date Line. One that comes to mind is, “To Catch an Identity Thief.”  Hanson poses as a deliveryman, delivering packages to what is now known as drop zone or reshipping scam for stolen goods identified in previous segments of the show. Fast […]

The Power of Creative Thinking

October 10, 2011


The Power of Creative Thinking By David Eubank The Isolated Studio is the Studio Blog of David Eubank