POSTED ON Friday, October 23, 2015 - 17:30
Participating in Open Studios this year was harder than previous years. My energy was low and I had to call in help from my good friends and fellow artists. They did so much hard work for me and I am grateful.
One of the most helpful ways to show my work was my exhibition of 366 iPhone project in the public space @HBHQ. I was lucky to have a good amount of new work to show and decided to fill my worktable with finished drawings and works in progress.
I was also able to display my 366 iPhone catalog/book that was just published.
POSTED ON Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 15:50
Join me as I participate again thi year in Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. My studio is east of Broad Street so the dates are the first weekend in October 3 - 4 from noon to 6 pm
I have new drawings and my 366 project is being shown in it's entirety at @HBHQ.
POSTED ON Monday, December 22, 2014 - 14:42
I have two drawings in Heavy Bubble's Biennial Winter Show Snowflake Salon. These two drawings are experiments with ink on panels. Stop in see the work of more than 60 artists. There are 120 small works with prices that are sure to fit your budget.
Visits are by appointment only through January 1st. Hours after that will be posted on our Facebook page and website.
Closing TEA PARTY + Sale
Saturday, January 17, 2015 4 - 6 pm
POSTED ON Sunday, November 23, 2014 - 22:07
I have a number of my #drawingaday series already matted and ready to go as gifts. I'm giving some to friends so why don't you?
I can ship priority mail and giftwrap with a card too. Check out my little website store or make an appointment at my studio to stop by and get one or two. They love being in pairs.
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POSTED ON Monday, November 17, 2014 - 14:43
During Philadelphia Open Studio Tours in October this year I decided to show some of my newest drawings. This included six ink drawings on Yupo synthetic paper that I made in the lead up to my show in June.
I'm so pleased to say that one of these drawings Ascertain has been purchased by Debroah Ward for her collection.
Debroah Ward serves on the Board of Vox Populi Gallery, currently as president. She is an avid arts supporter and collector of local Philadelphia artists.
POSTED ON Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 17:04
Creative Tension, An Open Media Exhibition, is on view now through December 7, 2014, at Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown. Curated by Phillip J. Carroll, the exhibition displays 53 pieces by 30 artists, selected from a field of 81 entrants and 153 works. Submissions came from four states, and those selected for the show were from the Philadelphia and New Jersey region. This year’s juror was Maiza Hixson, Director of the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts.
POSTED ON Saturday, June 14, 2014 - 20:37
My drawings in this exhibition focus on measurement and probing. A ping. Each series of marks is made by filling a tool then making marks until the ink is gone. How far will the ink go?
I have always been drawn to make marks. The repetition allows me to be caught up in a rhythm; the proximity of the marks create rest and action. This is central to my work. Using tools that ask me to focus on each mark creates a meditative state. Each mark seems to take an eternity. I touch the surface, make the mark, and then move away.
POSTED ON Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - 08:13
I'm happy to have a piece in Small Worlds. It's called Bleep. Bleep. Nixed media on cradleboard.
2:00 - 5:00 PM
March 2 - 27
The Plastic Club
247 Camac Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
POSTED ON Thursday, November 21, 2013 - 17:37
Getting work out where it can be seen isn't as easy as it sounds. Chosing where it should be seen is critical to the perception of the viewer.
What happened this past weekend was pretty amazing. I was invited to show my work by and with artists I respect. They have a show and sale every year near the holidays. It's been going on for years. This is the sixteenth. I got my work out there to be seen.
POSTED ON Friday, October 18, 2013 - 20:27
Was on my morning walk on the way back from having a morning coffee in the neighborhood. Straying past my uusual route to avoid a large group of tourist getting off a bus I wandered into the renovated Franklin court. I've always thought this was a fabulous landmark in our city and now it has been refurbished and enhanced.
To me this is Philadelphia's past and present.