It used to be that Bonnard could walk down the path along the Seine and have lunch with Monet (imagine!), or that Rothko and Pollock could share a beer with Kline at the Cedar Tavern. Our interactions with our communities of artists are possibly the most stimulating and needed aspects of an artist´s life. […]
Solo Exhibitions 2010 “Bifurcations”, Art Society of Kingston, Kingston NY 2007 Monoprints, Brooklyn Artist Gym Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 1998 “Recent Work”, Woodstock Artists Association, Woodstock, New York 1994 “Paintings and Drawings”, Clare Walker, New York, NY 1988 “New Paintings”, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY Group Exhibitions, selected 2009 2-person Show, Posie/Kviat Gallery, Hudson, NY 2008 Winter […]
Being an artist can be challenging. A lot of life shit can get in the way; the need to make money, put bread on the table, gas in the tank, and such. And then there’s just the human penchant for distraction, which some of us have more than others. All sorts of people are afflicted with all sorts of different habits, norms, and mind tics. You are your most important art supply.
I’d almost forgotten how it came to be that I’ve been making these large collages of ink on mulberry paper. Edom Hernandez had gifted me a fairly large stack of the paper before he died. The ream sat in my studio unused for many years, occupying its own drawer in the flat files. Edom had […]