Hope to see you this Friday May 3rd for a reception for our show “A 5 minute walk” at The Chameleon BK.Show will remain up until May 18th, 2019.
1077 Nostrand Ave. I will be exhibiting with about 11 other artists. It will be a nice opening! Hope to see you…
“The tenth edition of our tribute and thank you to the Dorsey Family of fine artists who have chosen to donate their art to benefit children of NYC. Featuring Art from over 50 Fine Artists” I have two paintings in this group show, opening June 10th 2018. 3pm – 8pm. Dorsey’s Art Gallery is located […]
I left this painting in England in 2010 after completing my master’s degree. It was part of a show that I put on called “Landscape Resounds.” I left it at a local cafe in Totnes, the Fat Lemon, where it hung until they contacted me last year saying they didn’t have space for it anymore. […]
I’m so pleased to be exhibiting this painting for the first time, during the very first ArtSlope.nyc. For details on the location and opening times, click here. It is my largest oil painting to date, the largest canvas I can drag down six flights of stairs and transport on the subway. The painting, to me, is about growth […]
I’m looking forward to showing a new 6 foot square painting during this festival next month! Further details to come.. http://www.artslope.nyc/
I’m happy to have a new painting included in this Dorsey Art Gallery group show, opening June 5th. See you there!
I drew Bernie Sanders this primary season in colored pencil. I thought he was the best choice for president. I’m selling fine art gicleé prints of the drawing for $20 (shipping included). The prints are signed and numbered. The prints are on arches fine-art watercolor paper – 240gm, archival quality. The ink is Epson Ultrachrome, […]
I’m participating in this great cause for the third year now. I won’t be able to make it to the auction this year, but check it out if you are interested or are looking for some great deals on artwork for the holidays. The gallery is located at 553 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225.
The boat trip to see the frigate birds went through some shallow water. There were no mature males in the colony so we missed seeing the red pouches inflated and drummed upon. There were upside down jelly fish in this water.