Decorazon Gallery will be featuring a selection of my paintings, along with work by other gallery artists, at the Hampstead Affordable Art Fair in London, June 13th through the 16th.
I’m pleased to announce that my painting Composure is the cover image for a new German release of Haruki Murakami’s South of the Border, West of the Sun. It’s a fun cover design for a great author – I’m so flattered to be part of it!
My newest paintings will be featured in Hespe Gallery’s 20th Anniversary Exhibition – April 4-27, with an opening reception Thursday, April 11 from 5:30-7:30. This will be a great show featuring all gallery artists — if you’re in the Bay area, please check it out.
Decorazon Gallery will be featuring a selection of my paintings, along with work by other gallery artists, at the Affordable Art Fair in Brussels, February 21-24.
This large international art fair features artwork affordably priced under €5000.
Decorazon Gallery is exhibiting a selection of my paintings and works by other gallery artists October 24 – 28 at the 2012 Affordable Art Fair in London Battersea — featuring over 100 international galleries with all artwork affordably priced under £4,000.
The fair opens with a private preview on Wednesday, October 24th, 5:30-9:30pm, and continues with public hours:
Thursday, Oct. 25, 11am-9:30pm
Friday – Sunday, Oct. 26 – 28, 11am-6pm
Decorazon Gallery: stand #G-4
My opening at Nuart Gallery was great as always. Thanks to everyone who attended! Here are some installation photos of the show:
I’m featured in the September issue of Poets and Artists magazine — check it out!
My new show, “Theory of Forms“, opens tonight at Nuart Gallery in Santa Fe — opening reception 5-7pm. Hope to see you there!
My newest solo show, “Theory of Forms” opens August 31 at Nuart Gallery in Santa Fe. The show begins with an opening reception Aug. 31, 5-7 PM and runs through Sept. 16. Full preview of all new work coming soon.
For more information, please contact Nuart Gallery at 505.988.3888 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theory of Forms
My inspirations are the beauty of the human figure and the nuances of expression possible when that form is melded with the abstract. I return again and again to explore this balance – trying to find where realism and pure design meet and merge.
Rather than approaching figurative painting from the basis of narrative content, I begin with only the visual impact of the piece. To me, the figure is so expressive it needs no embellishment – it inherently conveys emotion, with the subtlest variations of pose and gesture always hinting at a story.
The whole story I want to tell is in that single, frozen moment – in the turn of a head, the shape of a hand, a glance. The way I tell the story is to refine my vision to the essential, distilling expression without defining it.