Janine Riley – Depth in the details

This article continues my series on the illusion of Depth in painting, with a focus on contemporary artist Janine Riley.  Prior articles (more general) are Depth in painting, a short into; and The Road to Perspective (development of depth in … Read More

Call for artists – small museum on DelMarVa peninsula

Call for Entries – a national juried exhibition Open to all media; small to large scale works; indoor & outdoor works; cash awards Deadline to apply: August 10, 2016 Fur, Feathers & Fins: our faithful pets, October 7, 2016 – … Read More

An interview with artist Charlie Spear

This is the second in my series of interviews with artists you may not know about, but whose work I find remarkable. Charlie Spear is based in Peru, Indiana and the countryside and his landscapes never fail to capture a … Read More

Tree of Life 2-6 in progress update

I’ve been working on a series about branched interactions and tree symbols.  The working title for the series is “Tree of Life“.  The title has  a dual meaning.  Life, the relatedness between organisms in an ecosystem, the shared heredity of … Read More

New batch of lenses arrived!

I’ve been incorporating lenses into some of my recent paintings.  For example, “Ebb and Flow” “Tabula Rasa”  and “Neural Network”  all incorporate a number of lenses to manipulate light and make the paintings more active as they engage viewers.   … Read More

New batch of lenses arrived!

I’ve been incorporating lenses into some of my recent paintings.  For example, “Ebb and Flow” “Tabula Rasa”  and “Neural Network”  all incorporate a number of lenses to manipulate light and make the paintings more active as they engage viewers.   … Read More

My work in the AAGNE Annual Exhibition

Reception is Saturday, 7-9 PM (Aug 11,2012) at the Newburyport Art Association, 65 Water Street, Newburyport, MA The exhibit closes August 18 I have 5 pieces on exhibit, three paintings and two drawings.  Four of the 5 are available as … Read More

A nice rainy day surprise (and some Math art)

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With an art show right around the corner, I’ve been checking regularly to see where our PR attempts have landed.  While googling around, I ran across the item page for “Vector Field”, a painting I’d donated to the WGBH art … Read More

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