Landscapes have been hung at Belmont Hill School’s Landau Gallery. Large flower paintings have been hung at Canvas Fine Art. The studio has been de-cluttered, and brushes thoroughly cleaned. I pulled out a matte knife and disposed of some paintings that I just don’t like (that felt good to make a decision about them) andContinue reading “Show time”
Still life paintings for a February (and possibly March) group exhibition at CFA, 67 Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill MA, delivered 5 paintings on Saturday, Reception TBD: Art for my solo show “Slippery Slopes: the art of painting en plein air” at the Landau Gallery, Belmont Hill School; hanging them on Wednesday and the reception willContinue reading “Showing Progress”
There was a lot of work accomplished yesterday including revisiting a half finished painting from many years ago. Maybe it’s finished now – maybe I’ll know tomorrow.
Great to be back to work at the studio – I added a finishing touch to complete my Longfellow tower and became ensnared by onion greens in a work in progress. As to my scenic wonder photo – I spent a couple weeks across the continent – including a visit to Fort Langley along theContinue reading “Catching up with work”
I’ll be showing small works this season at several locations: Beacon Hill Fine Art & Crafts, Firehouse on Mt Vernon and Charles 11/18 & 11/19, 10-5. MIT 2017 Winter Art & Craft Fair, Stata Center, MIT Campus, Cambridge 11/30 & 12/1, 10-5. Open Studios at the StoveFactory Studios, 523 Medford St. , Charlestown. 12/2 &Continue reading “Art Fair Season”
I’m currently showing recent paintings (primarily landscapes) at Canvas Fine Art at 6 Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill – the reception is Thursday, October 26, 6-8 pm. I hope to see you there.
Postcards to Maud… August 14 – September 7, 2017 Postcards are the chosen medium in the Chandler Gallery’s latest exhibition, which asks artists to put forth some of their most daring work within the confines of 6×8 inches. With a range of perspectives and different styles of art, these postcards are nothing like what youContinue reading “A View of the Future – upcoming exhibits”