Shortly to open at the first of the five National Tour venues of the traveling portion of the 2017 edition of Birds in Art (which premiered as it always does at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum), 60 works, including my "Lisa's Girls", will be on view in Chicago through the next several months. Check the list of venues to see if there is one near you and plan to see some marvelous works of art with birds as their common theme.
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Currently hanging at the Mystic Seaport Museum, Contemporary American Marine Art - the 17th National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists - will be on exhibit through January 21st. The Seaport Museum is the final stop of a six venue tour of the exhibition which originated in the fall of 2016, so if you are traveling to or near Mystic in the next two months, stop by the museum and take in this marvelous exhibition of 120 works, including my drawing, "To the Open Sea".
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Sunday, November 05, 2017
This coming Friday evening will mark the 20th Anniversary show at Troika Gallery in Easton, Maryland. I'm pleased to have been associated with Troika for quite a few years now and will be on hand early in the evening to mingle and speak about my work. The show coincides with the first day of the 2017 Waterfowl Festival, at which I will also be exhibiting in the Armory. Come visit historic Easton and experience some fine art, sculpture, carving and craft during this year's Waterfowl Festival.
Friday, November 03, 2017
Following up on the last post here, also appearing in the pages of the November/December issue of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine, a very nice four page feature on me and my work. I am highly honored to have my work grace the pages of this respected publication and thank Peter Trippi and his staff for such a spotlight.
Thursday, November 02, 2017
The November/December issue of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine is about to go on sale. I'm honored to have one of my works, Steam Fitters, included in a special spread on Industrial imagery. My thanks to the editorial staff and Peter Trippi for spotlighting one of my works in this interesting feature.