2 of my paintings have been selected for the 2013 Los Angeles Juried Exhibition at the LA Municipal Art Gallery. the show opens Sunday July 28 from 2-5pm and runs through September 22. A BIENNIAL PROVIDING ARTISTS WITH A COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY TO EXHIBIT THEIR WORK JURORS Carol Cheh, Mike McGee, and Aram Moshayedi JULY 28 … Read more
I have 2 paintings in the show “Dark Beach” at New Image Art 7920 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046 the opening is from 7-10pm Saturday, July 27. “Inspired by more dramatic elements within surf culture, Dark Beach is an exploration of themes, individuals, and emotions that exude grittier qualities of aesthetic within the … Read more
Mat Gleason brought a group of art enthusiasts to my studio as part of the summer art tours he was giving. Today the Huffington Post ran his photo essay about the studio visits. I am really happy to be included in the article (and visit too). Thanks Mat! here is the article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mat-gleason/summer-in-the-studio-la-a_b_914605.html#s319381&title=Chinatown_is_not Also i … Read more
Here is a great video of the Tel-Art-Phone show I am included in. The “thread” of works I am in starts at 4:59, with my painting at 5:43, but the whole video is worth watching. The show is up until July 3, 2011. If you’re in LA, its worth seeing. Details in my previous post. … Read more
I am included in the show Tel-Art-Phone curated by Mat Gleason. The show is inspired by the children’s game of telephone. In this version, an artist creates a work which is then given to another artist. The second artist then creates a new work based on the first one. The second work is given to … Read more
This was a project called “Revisions” curated by Peter Schulberg of Eco-Logical Art. Old billboard vinyl is recycled as a canvas for new artwork, then displayed on billboards in the city as a public art gallery. This billboard has been shown in Los Angeles and Oakland, CA. image size 10′ x 13′ on a 14′ … Read more
This is one of my favorite paintings and back in my possession. It is available again, now it could be yours! contact me if interested.
“We Still Own The Night” On February 4th 1999 Amadou Diallo was shot in the vestibule of his apartment building at 1157 Wheeler Avenue in the Soundview section of the Bronx, New York. 41 shots were fired by 4 undercover police officers, 19 of the shots hitting their target. An autopsy later showed that 15 … Read more