I am introducing a new direction in my studio practice with The Understudies this month in Seattle at Frederick Holmes and Company Gallery and in Boston at Lanoue Gallery. I have expanded my studio practice with The Understudies to create images that are solely “photographic”. As a nod to Robert […]
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I am in the process of building a new studio and recently began the task of sorting through the detritus of 20 years of working in the same space. Usually there are paintings and bits of this and that in every studio most artists do not want to accidentally include in their […]
After spending the day with my sneezing and coughing son Jack, I woke up with a head cold. Even though he now 24 years old, a simple head cold is a very confusing state of being for Jack. While reading many TBT posts today through the haze of my annoying but not confusing head […]
The Hobby Horse was the first African American book store in the United States, established in Harlem in 1930 during the Harlem Renaissance. This rich intellectual and cultural period in African American history occurred in the Harlem borough of New York City during The Great Migration. From 1915 to 1970 […]
On the evening of October 2, 2014, Seattle gave me the most warm, wonderful and very lively opening reception for my exhibition A Curious Collection of Strangers at Frederick Holmes and Company Gallery. Here a few photos of the opening night and a video I made of the installation of […]
The summer is a great time to see group shows in NYC. I am exhibiting with Tria Gallery’s wonderful artists in Summer Cocktail through September 17th, 2014. Tria Gallery […]
I have been in the studio photographing some of the new work that I will deliver next week to Lanoue Gallery in Boston.
I will be exhibiting at Hunterdon Art Museum in this exhibition of 30 American artists curated my Michael A. Giaquinto. At the opening reception I will be giving an informal gallery talk along with exhibiting artists Toby Sisson and Joanne Mattera. May 18 – September 7, 2014 […]
It’s going to Spring in NYC this weekend… and a good time to shake off your cabin fever and tour the galleries in Chelsea. I invite you to visit Tria Gallery to see my new work. Tria Gallery […]