> The new encaustic and mixed media paintings on my website represent a continuation of my investigation into portraits of strangers. In this on going series, Biographical Annotation, I explore the paradox of the photographic record of the unobserved observer in the photo booth during the 1930-40’s. .
>According to today’s Google Analytics report about my website, in the past 30 days, I have had 101 visits from Russia. Hey Russia, let me know what you are thinking about. Please email from my website or leave a comment on my blog. This encaustic and mixed media painting, Eva […]
> I just received this photo from the Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta. My painting Ophelia 7:14 am, 36″ x 40″ x 2″, from the series Biographical Annotation, encaustic mixed media, is seen here at a cocktail party at Neiman Marcus in Atlanta, GA held in the fine jewelry section. […]
> While I’ve continued to work on Biographical Annotation (see 9.25.09 post) encaustic and mixed media portraits, 36” x 40” x 2”, I have decided to include a portraits triptych in the series. Creating this 40”x 108”x2” triptych has been an exciting and challenging journey that has kept me happily […]
> I am very happy to report that before I had a chance to complete my new encaustic and mixed media series, tentatively titled Portraits of Strangers, the highly regarded Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, GA scooped up the three paintings below(40″x36″x2″ and 36″x40″x2″) from my studio. I am honored to be represented along […]
>I am blissfully consumed by a new series of large portraits of strangers, 36” x 40”, utilizing my usual repertoire of encaustic and mixed media. I tend to move the same vintage photographs around my studio for years, until one day, their juxtaposition to another photograph, a piece of paper […]
>I will be exhibiting A Tangent in the Conrad Wilde Gallery Fourth Annual Encaustic Invitational in Tucson, Arizona, March 7-28, 2009. The opening reception is March 7, 2009 from 6-9 pm. I had the good fortune to exhibit in the Conrad Wilde Gallery Third Annual Encaustic Invitational in March 2008. […]
>Because I am always being asked about my current work, I started this blog. Of course I would rather be in my studio than write about it. Keeping my blog up to date is on my list of New Year’s resolutions. I think it will be easier than exercising more, […]
> On March 1st I was in Tucson Arizona for the opening of the Conrad Wilde Gallery Third Annual Encaustic Invitational. I was thrilled to see my work included in this inspired selection of encaustic work from 24 artists around the US. The gallery owners Miles Conrad and Ryan Wilde […]
>I am pleased to announce my solo exhibition of encaustic paintings and solar plate etchings at the Interchurch Center Treasure Room Gallery in New York, September 4 to October 3, 2008.