Happy to have this really nice interview in the current issue of BostonVoyager magazine. Click link for article. Many nice pics of recent work at the bottom of the interview.
Very nice turn out at Diana Felber Gallery opening last night. A real pleasure to be exhibiting with a few artists I've only come to know out in virtual social media world. Nice to see the work in person of Judith Kruger, Linda Bigness, Ali Moshiri, Jennifer Pazienza and Tracey Maroni. Great looking show, and I'm honored to be showing along side these stellar artists.
Fantastic turnout for our opening at Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport on Friday night. Thanks to all of those who made it by. Lots of fun. Show up through June.
Happy to be exhibiting several new paintings through the end of June at the Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport MA, a beautiful gallery in the heart of the historic downtown. Below, Raine, 30" x 30" acrylic on canvas will be part of the show.
Happy to announce I will be represented in the north shore area (north of Boston) by the lovely Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport. Several paintings from my Adagio and Botanique series (including these two) will be part of this season's inaugural exhibition opening April 27th.
Currently on view at the Paul Mahder Gallery in Northern California, paintings from the Della Terra series.
There is a really nice interview and review of my current work up at the Sprinkler Factory Gallery in the latest issue of Artscope Magazine: New England's Premier Culture Magazine. Thank you to editor Brian Goslow for such a great job. Here is a link to the article: Artscope Magazine
Below is a picture of me working away in the studio on a large canvas that they included in the article.
Currently on view at Diana Felber Gallery in West Stockbridge, MA: new paintings from the recent Botanique series. Exhibition up through the end of the year. Here are a few pictures of the show.
Wonderful turnout for the opening reception at the Sprinkler Factory Gallery in Worcester Saturday night. I have two big paintings in the show (pictured here) which I'm sharing with five other really talented artists from western Massachusetts. On view through December 3.
I'm developing a new series of paintings I'm calling Botanique. The paintings are inspired by the amazing and ever changing botanical world all around us. Abstract Impressionist in style, the paintings meld the form and vitality of Abstract Expressionism with the broken color brushwork of the Impressionists.
I hope to convey some of the dazzling color, vibrancy and nuance found in the magical world of plants, flowers and trees. I've brightened the palette quite a bit in this series, and am letting the colors run free.
All titles are randomly selected from botanical nomenclature. Pictured here, Fasicle, 48" x 48" acrylic on canvas.
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