After working on Omega for three years, I got pretty familiar with seeing the painting in my skylit Brooklyn studio. So when the time to ship the painting out for it’s first showing came, I felt a little anxiety about how it would read in a different space, with different lighting, and to different eyes.
One of my Lost Rainbow prints made the trip to Kansas City this summer to benefit the Peace & Justice Support Network, the peace and justice office of Mennonite Church USA.
Lost Rainbow #3 … “Art for the Peace & Justice Support Network at MennoCon19”
This feature was published on Artslant just a few weeks before the site said goodbye. I’ve copied the original article here for safekeeping.“Lost”. Acrylic dispersion and iridescence on polymer canvas, 37 x 60… “Five Questions for Artslant.com”
Turns out we are going to need a bigger rainbow… “Doubling the Rainbow”
I made a special miniature, reversed and adapted version of my new “Lost Rainbow” print just so I could send it into this year’s edition of Postcards from the Edge. Which means that someone … “20th Annual Postcards from the Edge”