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May 15, 2008 4 Comments
quick Ides of May update – 10 reasons to toast.

1. finally completed this champagne bottle. some births are difficult, and this one – slated for the food…glorious food show in december, has been giving me pains for a while now.


champagne, 7×12in, acrylic on panel (click image for detail)

2. we've been invited to show in a Portland, Maine gallery starting in june.

3. accepted an...

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Apr 29, 2008 4 Comments


The new studio is finally up & runnin. to celebrate, we're havin an inaugural open house this saturday afternoon – a chance to meet my new studiomates and see the new digs.



we've got north light, great work space, and both gallery and lounge areas.

if you've been to my old studio. the new one's in the same building – now at the 3rd floor, at the opposite end. (take the main staircase...

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Apr 25, 2008 1 Comment

Dean Richardson The Traveler Hasteth in the Evening, oil on linen
(image courtesy Providence Art Club, click to enlarge)

Dean Richardson's probably my favorite living painter. Thinking of what he can do with sheets of color and a palette knife, my eyes mist up, just as his did when describing Goya's work to us as young posturing RISD painter-bees.

His show at the Art Club (with Merlin Szasz,...

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Apr 23, 2008 1 Comment

milkbone, 4×6in, acrylic on panel

Last night was the kickoff for Going to the Dogs, (could be the theme of the blog lately, given the lack of updates) a canine-inspired invitational & auction at the RISD Museum.

my contribution was a no-brainer – with a 13yd old mutt, the milkbone (prime vehicle, with PB, for doggie meds) is a staple in our kitchen cupboard.



the mix of invited...

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Mar 28, 2008 4 Comments

lemon, 4×6in, acrylic on panel

This lemon is one of 4 pieces selected for a group show opening this weekend at the Courtyard Gallery in Mystic, Ct.

It was an honor to be invited to exhibit alongside fellow artists from the Providence Art Club & the Salmagundi Club of New York.

think it's the 4th lemon painting i've made – no doubt one of 80,000ish lemon paintings throughout the...

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