“Delphinium”, 40″x 52″, acrylic spray paint on steel, $950 framed
Mark your calendars for the Platform Art, Book Fair and Film Festival! It will be held at the Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble Street, (in Greenpoint), Brooklyn, New York!
I submitted my floral, spray painted, “Street Art” for consideration and”Delphinium” was selected by the jury for this show! Lauren and I will be there to meet and greet everyone so stop by “The Viewing Room Exhibition” and check out my art! Should be an amazing fall fair/festival and I am very excited to be included!
Since “Early Morning Road to JFK” was selected for the Art Basel Show this week in Switzerland, I thought I would post a couple of paintings in the same vein to monopolize on the wonderful marketing of the Artbox Project Gallery!
Sherwood Inverted, 25 x 37, $950
This view from Sherwood Island in Connecticut looks across Long Island Sound at twilight, the soft glow of orange light glimmers from distant Long Island across the water. Exposed steel revealed through the clouds, beach and water reflect light and create movement in this peaceful serenity.
Icy View from Saugatuck Bridge, 25″ x 37″, $950 framed
Winter in Connecticut has its own beauty. As I walked across the bridge, the movement of my own shadow caught my eye on the frozen river below. I exposed the steel with a sharp edge to give the piece some movement, create shimmer and reflect the light on the ice.
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If you happen to be in the area, please check out my paintings! I am so honored to be included and the only artist from the US to be a semi finalist, represented by The Artbox Gallery at this show!
- Early Morning Road to JFK, 16 x 35 framed, Oil on steel, $950
“Early Morning Road to JKF”, will be in the Art Box Gallery for the Art Basel Show in Switzerland, June 14-18th, 2017! I am beyond thrilled and thank the Art Box Gallery for giving me the honor of being a finalist in their juried show at this amazing venue!
I have been reworking a couple of paintings and found, as usual, that I prefer to start a new painting, rather than try to solve a perplexing problem with an existing piece. It has been raining since I returned to California and I am headed to the beach on Friday so it has been on my mind. This is a little 8″ x 8″ oil on wood panel. Happy Spring!
The Americans for the Arts Action Fund has made it easy to email your representatives and show your support for the NEA and the other agencies on the chopping block. Please make your voice heard so we don’t loose them!
I saw “STEP”, Yesterday. It is the amazing movie of these beautiful, young women, struggling and striving to do their best in an adverse inner city environment. The art of Stepping has its roots in Africa, brought to this country by African slaves. It is making music with your body; stomping, slapping, clapping and expressing yourself with movement in a group/team. The movie follows the girls who decided to start a step team and compete. The goal of this charter school, Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, is to have 100% of the senior girls be admitted to college. This first class did it and are now attending colleges around the country! It shows how the art of music & dance, being part of a team, and discipline can motivate and propel each individual in the group to greater good than they may have otherwise been capable of achieving.
The film was released at Sundance this past January and the girls all raised the funds to come to Park City to be here to support their work. Neighborhood friends housed, fed and entertained them for the week they were here. Some of them had never been out of Baltimore, let alone been on an airplane to anywhere.
This documentary is to be released in several cities in the near future and will be on the Sundance movie channel eventually I imagine. Stay tuned, I am trying to find out the dates and cities that will be showing this incredible film.