Do you want to help a family in need? I am hosting a fundraising auction of selected paintings in my collection to raise money for my lifelong dear friend, Laurie, and her wonderful son, Brycen, who I am honored to call my nephew. If you are the highest bidder on one of my paintings, your money will go to help save a family from the brink of losing their home and car!
I love 95% of the movies that Meryl Streep has starred in and 100% of her acting on those movies. I found this wonderful quote on the internet and have always wanted to do a painting of her. This is my tribute to her.
I had the honor of having my artwork “Let Me Be Your Shelter” as the centerpiece for the show “Boys in the Band” at the Hole in the Wall Theater, by Mart Crowley.
I love that this list has been somewhat controversial to some, it garners a slightly hostile response in a few people (who wrote me expressing upset with it’s “negative” feel).
When I started this painting, it began with a few sketches and without much thought, I decided my first nude work in years that it would be one that made a statement.
I’m very excited to announce that my art, “Come on Home” is being featured on the website www.threedaygallery.com. Three Day Gallery is a community of talented artists, supported by creative people. It’s an eclectic group of artists with amazing talent and I am honored to be on the website.
Art is expression. What we see in art is different for everyone. I want you to express your feelings about this piece of my art by giving it a title and a short paragraph. Tell me what the painting means to you. How does it make you feel? What do you see? Feel free to take…
It was the first Friday art walk in Albany, NY and 30 of my watercolors were on display at the Romaine Brooks Gallery. The show was happily titled, “Water & Light”; a spiritual journey of color and movement.
Talent is a product-orientated word. It has no depth to the human experience inherent in the creative act. The term is so charged that whether people believe they have it or not, the label traps everyone in a cage of expectations.
Creativity is a combination of making something happen and letting something happen, so creative meditation has two stages, one quiet and still, the other spontaneously active and dynamic.