A quick time lapse video covering a stretched “canvas” in gesso. I sewed a figure drawing into the wool sweater as a sculptural element.Continue reading Preparing a piece
Recorded in September, here is some of my recent work and a few pieces in progress.
I sort of sound like a chipmunk after speeding it up.
Some of these are still available. Please contact me to inquire about shows and sales.
Life Drawing night at RRCA in Millville
Sunday, November 24 from 6 to 8 PM at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts on High Street in Millville. $10.
I don’t organize these things, I’m just sharing the info because I like drawing with this group. This figure drawing sketch club in the Glasstown Arts District.
Dave organizes this. Sometimes people bring adult beverages. Hope to draw with you Sunday. There is more information at www.rrcarts.com. Cheers.Continue reading Sketch club Sunday
I’m so excited to share that “Spinning” was selected for the show, Out of Place at Fountain Street Gallery in Boston this coming January.
If you’re in the area at the beginning of the new year, perhaps even for NYDE, I hope you can make the show.
Out of Place
Juried by Jameson Johnson, Boston Art Review (BAR)
Exhibition Dates: Thursday, January 2–Sunday, February 2, 2020
Reception: Friday, January 3, 2020, 5:00–8:00PM (Snow Date: Saturday, January 11, 2020, 3:00–5:00PM)
Fountain Street Gallery
460C HARRISON AVENUE, SUITE 2,
BOSTON, MA 02118
I did something out of the ordinary this night… I brought paints. They’re a different animal outside of the studio.Continue reading Life Drawing: a boxer in conte, gouache
Conte on paper, Sept 2019
A series of figurative oil paintings
Since early 2018, I started painting slow oil paintings from the information from fast croquis. I’ve been exploring ideas about connection so much lately, First Impressions have been a huge part. Here I’ve been fascinated with painting something equivalent to overthinking details about someone who makes a strong first impression, based mostly on intuition and energy like a gesture drawing. Continue reading First Impressions