I am so pleased to be included in this amazing book by MTA Arts & Design. The book itself is really quite beautiful and part of New York’s history.
I am very pleased to announce that I have been selected as a Painter-in-Residence by Bryant Park in New York City to create paintings within the park for two weeks this Summer (2014).
I am very pleased to be running these drawing sessions for The Museum of The City of New York. I hope you can join us.
On the Terrace: Sketch and Sip
Thursday, July 10 from 6 – 7:30 pm
Put pencil to paper and relax with drinks on our elegant Fifth Avenue terrace, overlooking the Central Park Conservatory Gardens. A professional artist will guide you through the techniques of sketching architectural details (July 10), the natural world (July 24), and people (July 31). The July 31 session will also include time in our summer exhibition, In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs by Aaron Rose. Open to participants ages 21 and up; includes materials and two drinks.
For more information or to purchase tickets by phone, please call 917.492.3490.
Sketch Classes resume on Monday – September 9th, 2013.
I am happy this painting has sold and has a new home. It was a wonderful experience to work on it in the park for two weeks.
Cavalier Galleries will exhibit several of my works at two upcoming shows in Florida.
Naples: Art, Antique & Jewelry Show – February 7-11 – 2013
Palm Beach: Jewelry, Art & Antique Show – February 15-19 – 2013
Music – 16×48 – Oil on Canvas – 2013
Read – 36×36 – Oil on Canvas – 2012
Close – 20×36 – Oil on Canvas – 2012
There are many triangles created from this drawing, with the most compelling one found between his gaze, her body and his pad.
The play of organic versus geometric shapes has me somewhat fascinated here. I don’t mean fascinated with my own work, but rather with the subconscious and how it works things out, plays with form, etc…. He and she are the only soft shapes; the rest are hard. His hand and wrist are bone, his head bald and hard. The line of his face and shirt are the soft line we travel down.