This painting started mid-pandemic. At the start I was thinking about the forest at the beginning of Dante’s inferno. But something lighter occupied the painting by the time I was done, months later. The … “Wood”
The inspiration for this painting came from seeing a rainbow just before sunset here in Brooklyn, NY.
I was surprised at the intensity of this particular rainbow, and it made me want to know … “Lost”
Twice Born is a rich, light-filled canvas created as a custom commission.
The request was for a canvas with specific dimensions to fit a prominent wall with excellent natural light. By creating several initial … “Twice Born”
Work on this painting stretched over five months, from November 2015 to April 2016.
I know this because for the first time I got methodical about the cell-phone photos I habitually take at the end … “Sightline”
When I began work on Wold, I had just discovered the generative pattern used to draw the classical labyrinth. I loved that this ancient design has been around for thousands of years, and out … “Wold”
Woad is the name of an ancient blue dye, and the name of the plant from which that dye is derived. Woad seeds have been found at archeological sites dating from the Neolithic, and the dye been found on … “Woad”
This six foot wide, silvery grey, white, and blue canvas was begun in 2013. Along with several types of white paint, its surface includes a hand-mixed matte cobalt blue and a subtle pearlescent mica.… “Wheel”
I began work the eight foot wide painting Seagate in the fall of 2012, just a few weeks before Hurricane Sandy made landfall near New York City on October 29th.
Though the painting was … “Seagate”