I’m pleased to announce that two of my paintings will be included in TAWA‘s “Trenton Makes” two-part exhibition this summer. “Creation” will be in the first half of the show at The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, which runs from June 23 through September 1, 2012, with an opening reception at the Ellarslie Mansion in […]
The I in Disguise is another one of the five paintings of mine included in the upcoming show, Prismatic, at Arts Guild New Jersey. Just a week away from the opening reception (Sunday, May 6, 1-4pm)! The other artists included in the show, curated by Rachael Faillace, are Lucas Kelly, Elaine Longtemps, Fausto Sevila, Wes […]
Seeing it Through is one of the five paintings of mine that will be included in the group show, Prismatic, at Arts Guild New Jersey in Rahway (May 6 – June 7).
I’m very pleased to have five of my paintings included in an upcoming group exhibition, Prismatic, at the Arts Guild New Jersey. The show runs from May 6 through June 7, 2012, and there is an opening reception on Sunday, May 6, from 1-4pm. The Arts Guild is located at 1670 Irving Street in Rahway, […]
This month I have four new paintings (plus one older piece) up at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ (18 Bridge Street). There’s an opening reception today (April 7, 2012) from 4-7pm at the gallery for this month’s featured artists, Joe Kazimierczyk and Jo-Ann Osnoe. This month’s exhibition is up through May 6.
I’m very happy to announce that two of my paintings will be included in the upcoming exhibition, Art of Illusion, at the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ. The show runs from March 4 through April 29, 2012, and there is an opening reception on Sunday, March 4, from 4-6pm. The Monmouth Museum is located at […]
I’m happy to announce that my painting Center of Narrative Gravity #24 has been accepted into the Mercer County Artists 2012 juried exhibition. The show runs from March 7 through April 5, 2012, at The Gallery @ Mercer County Community College. The opening reception, always a well-attended and fun affair, will be held on Wednesday, […]
It’s been a while since I’ve last posted on the blog, but that’s only because I’ve been so busy working on new paintings. I’ll unveil some of them soon enough and let you know about some upcoming shows, but in the meantime let me tell you about the February exhibition at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, […]
Every December, Artists’ Gallery hosts a group show that includes all 18 artists represented at the gallery. This year’s show, entitled “Holiday Lights”, runs from Friday, December 9, 2011, through February 5, 2012. There will be an opening reception / holiday party on Saturday, December 10, from 3-6pm. (The gallery is located at 18 Bridge […]
My wife and I just returned from our first visit to Art Basel Miami Beach and the surrounding art fair week. I won’t be able to write about everything we saw as it was just too much for this part-time blogger to cover as I’ve got paintings to work on (others will do this job […]
For November I’m exhibiting a number of recent (new!) paintings at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ. This month’s display runs from November 11 through December 4, 2011, and there’s an opening reception (for featured artists Joe Kazimierczyk and Beatrice Bork) on Saturday, November 12, from 5-8pm. The first of the new paintings is Seeing Red, […]
This month I have eight paintings hanging at Artists’ Gallery (18 Bridge St, Lambertville, NJ), including this new one entitled Attractors #2. I’m also exhibiting one of my long-time favorites, “In Light of Our Knowledge”: The show is up now through Sunday, October 2, with regular gallery hours Fri-Sat-Sun from 11am-6pm. There’s an opening reception […]
I’m happy to report that I have two paintings included in this year’s Absolutely Abstract show at the Philadelphia Sketch Club. The exhibition is up through September 17, 2011, and the gallery is open M/W/F/Sa/Su from 1-5pm. The Sketch Club is located at 235 South Camac Street in the heart of Philadelphia. The reception for […]
This month I have six paintings on display at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ. The exhibition is on display through Sunday, Septmber 4. Two of the paintings are new ones, both 12×18 inches, acrylic on panel: In addition to these, I’m exhibiting two paintings from my Center of Narrative Gravity series (#17 and #14, […]
I have been very busy painting and will be exhibiting three new paintings this month at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ (18 Bridge St). The largest of the three is The Affect Effect: Also up this month are two smaller paintings, continuations in my series, “Centers of Narrative Gravity”. This month’s exhibition runs through July […]
This month at Artists’ Gallery I’m exhibiting an older painting, Stormy Thinking, as well as two brand new paintings: The show is up now through July 4, 2011. The opening reception for this month’s featured exhibition (Jo-Ann Osnoe and Eric Rhinehart) is Saturday, June 11, from 4-7pm. (Regular gallery hours are Fri-Sat-Sun 11am-6pm, with extended […]
On Thursday, with the weather slated to be a perfectly cloudless day, I headed back into the city to catch a few shows before they closed and to attend a few openings. (I also thought about actually buying a painting that caught my eye last week, but alas it was SOLD when I returned to […]
After the Affordable Art Fair, my wife and I headed over to Chelsea where I had a long list of galleries for us to visit. On this trip, there was much to admire! We started off on 29th Street on the upper edges of the art district with Alexander Ross. I first admired Ross’s work […]
This was Gallery Week in New York City and so the galleries were more crowded than usual for a Saturday in May. And unlike my last couple of trips to Manhattan, there were many shows that I loved. My wife and I headed first towards the Empire State Building where this season’s Affordable Art Fair […]
My 2-person exhibition with Alan J Klawans wraps up this weekend. The weather forecast is great for today and tomorrow, so if you haven’t seen the show, drop by Artists’ Gallery at 18 Bridge Street in Lambertville, NJ, Saturday (4/30) or Sunday (5/1) between 11am-6pm. I’ll be at the gallery all day on Sunday if […]
Thank you to The Philadelphia Inquirer Weekend edition and art critic Victoria Donohoe for the kind mention of “Curves and Colors” in the April 22, 2011, issue. The online version of the writeup can be found here on Philly.com. For a snapshot from the digital version of the print edition, click below.
I enjoyed David Brooks’ column in today’s New York Times about the use of metaphor in everyday thought. Ever since I read Philosophy in the Flesh, by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson (referenced in the Brooks column), I’ve been interested in both embodied cognition and the use of metaphor in our daily reasoning. I’ve tried […]
I have one photo in this year’s Ellarslie Open at the Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park, Trenton, NJ. It’s my panoramic shot from Mercer County Park, taken last November. It’s stitched together from some 6 or 7 separate shots and there’s so much data that I could print this photo much bigger, but here […]
My 2-person show is up for another two weekends at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ. Here’s a wide-angled panoramic view of my half of the show: This weekend (Apr 24/25) is also Lambertville‘s annual “Shad Fest“, a celebration of a fish I’ve never really heard of. But it’s an art- and food-filled festival right in […]