I’m delighted to announce that the Bates Museum of Art has acquired an early work, Meditations XI, oil on canvas, 2005. This painting is part of a larger group that grew to include the Geologics paintings, exhibited at Waterfall Arts (Belfast, Maine 2007) and Coleman Burke Gallery (New York, 2011).
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February's letter has news about studio visits and chocolate soufflés. Carol Eisenberg's images of my studio caused one musician friend to comment that the studio walls are full of counterpoint with "the myriad lifelike effect that counterpoint actually reaches for. Or comes out of." I like that.
Sliding into the New Year, and a look back at 2017 — My letter kicking off 2018 reports on my trip to Santa Fe, and highlights kivas, chamisa, and recent acquisitions.
“Artist Plus Residency Equals Change” — This one was written as I was on the way to Santa Fe, and now that I’m back home, I can report that the time I spent there was mind-blowing. I’m starting a new group of paintings based on that experience, and will share them on social media and in future newsletters as they progress. Read the full story here.
07/25/2017 - The Importance of a Mentor
06/27/2017 - A Painting Start to Finish
04/20/2017 - Earth Day: Is There Something We Can Do?
03/30/2017 - Painting: An Act of Reciprocity
02/24/2017 - The Latest Erratics