Artists live a rather solitary life. Eventually we leave the security of our studios and venture into the world to show our work feeling both joyful and vulnerable. This Yin and Yang model of the artist’s life has worked for me so far, until I was recently asked to make a video […]
Archive for September, 2014
Twenty paintings shipped out tonight from my studio enroute to Frederick Holmes & Co. Gallery Seattle, WA for my exhibition next month, A Curious Collection of Strangers. Exhaling… Now backed to my regularly scheduled program…….painting bliss.
I am so happy to share with you my upcoming exhibition — A Curious Collection of Strangers […]
I finally had the chance to see Eve Sussman’s 2010 film, 89 Seconds at Alcazar at the National Museum of Women in the Arts while I was in DC last week. Sussman’s compelling recreation of the Velazquez painting, Las Meninas was mesmerizing. The film depicts a seemingly one take view of the moments […]
The last of my summer shows are closing soon. Please stop by if you are in the neighborhood. Swept Away at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ, an exhibition of 30 American artists curated my Michael A. Giaquinto, will be closing Sunday, September 7, 2014. Summer Cocktail at Tria Gallery in New […]