I will have a booth at the Mystic Outdoor Arts Festival August 8 and 9 in Mystic Connecticut. I will be exhibiting primarilt Reinvented Landscape works and Landscape inspired abstracts. Please follow the Link for more information: Mystic Outdoor … Read More
Anyone in the NY area? Planning a trip to Long Island’s East End? I will be at the Mary O Fritchie Juried Fine Art Festival in Westhampton Beach NY, showing primarily abstract paintings and drawings. The festival is August 1st … Read More
View image | gettyimages.com I have seen and met a number of artists who are aware of the solvents and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the materials they use. Most standard artists’ materials -student grade and many artist … Read More
I was recently interviewed by Will Kitson from Seymour magazine. Seymour Magazine is published by Seymour Projects, a Paris based Organization dedicated to creativity and self-expression. They have a special focus on Technology and how people connect and disconnect from … Read More
I have a number of Reinvented Landscape paintings on exhibit at the Rockport Art Nook Gallery through June. In addition to the paintings on the wall, a number of my original hand-drawn Science Themed Ink on paper pieces are … Read More
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The following pieces are now sold. I have been working to update the portfolio and item descriptions, but I may have missed one. If it’s here on this page, the original is gone. Related articles Newly Available Representational Paintings Landscapes, … Read More
Hi all, Since many of you, dear readers, are from the US and from the North East US, I wanted to warn everyone that there is a telephone scam currently active in this region. A man claiming to be “Frank … Read More
Thank goodness that things like this can still be found lurking in musty corners of the interwebs. Untitled Apathy Document.
If you’re in Boston, or if you just like interesting Art, poetry and other good stuff that percolates out of the neighborhoods, around the stodgy museums, past the Academy — have a look at Oddball and maybe follow them