I am pleased to announce the opening of Drawn, an exhibition of works on paper, which will open on November 8th at the tranquil Sculpture by the Lakes in Dorset, Great Britain. My works will join those of a number of other internationally reputed artists for the five week hanging of this show in that most beautiful countryside of southern England. For all my British and European followers, put this on your calendars and plan to see some wonderful work. My thanks to friend and sculptor extraordinaire, Simon Gudgeon, whose marvelous works grace the gardens and grounds, for asking me to be a part of this singular event that will premier the newly developed gallery on the property. For those who may not be able to see the show in person, if you hit the link above, you can download a PDF version of the complete catalog of the show.
Monday, October 13, 2014
Thursday, October 09, 2014
Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Fresh off the drawing board, this new work will head to McBride Gallery in Annapolis, MD shortly for the October 19th opening of the Autumn Celebration of Art show. Other new works to come off the board during the next month will head to Easton, MD for this year's Waterfowl Festival in that lovely, historic eastern shore town. Busy time in the studio!
Thursday, October 02, 2014
As astute observers may have already noted, by way of the added listing (to the right) of volume 6 in the ongoing series of publications by North Light Books in their Strokes of Genius: The Best of Drawing offerings, the latest edition will be available within the next several weeks for order/purchase. Once again, I am honored to have work included in this marvelous collection of drawings from artists across the globe. With this volume, I have had works included in the last five books of the series and have recently been informed that next year's publication of volume 7 will also contain one of my works as well. You may check out Amazon or the North Light Bookshop or even better, check your local book seller (we all want to support local businesses, don't we?).