Detail new pool painting    “Pools in Museums No. 2”    24” x 18” acrylic on canvas

Detail new pool painting “Pools in Museums No. 2” 24” x 18” acrylic on canvas

News

Spring 2019

A selection of paintings from my Pool Paintings series was chosen by The Monochrome Collective for Halcyon House’s upcoming annual exhibit “By the People”. The exhibition is scheduled for June 8-23, 2019, 1267 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC in Georgetown. Collector preview night Thursday, June 6th: tickets here. Open to the public June 8-23, M-F 12-7, SAT-SUN 10-7,

Three new pool paintings are completed and are now featured on this site.

I was chosen to participate in “The Artist as Entrepreneur” a two day seminar sponsored by The New York Federation for the Arts, held at The American University Museum at The Katzen Center in mid May 2019.

Early 2019

Eighteen new paintings have been completed for consideration for the January 2020 exhibition Communicating Vessels at The American University Museum. More paintings will develop in 2019 for this series. Studio visits can be arranged for any interested parties prior to the exhibition. Please contact me through this website.

Two paintings from my pool series were acquired for their permanent collection by the Inova Schar Cancer Institute in Faifax, Virginia. The Pool Paintings series will continue in 2019.

H3K, a design firm in Palm Springs, California purchased a first edition of Pool Painting prints.



2018

My art was featured in the 2018 summer window of the Cross Mackenzie Gallery in Washington, DC, and was part of the spring 2018 Cycle 10 at Maison 10 in NYC. New work is underway for an open studio sale of AVIARY birds this fall and paintings for  "Communicating Vessels" at The American University Museum at the Katzen Center is in progress for January of 2020.

This fall, the original artwork for "Heart Song" a 2017 mural in downtown Bethesda, Maryland, was delivered to The Ronald McDonald Charity House. This 40” x 86” work will be mounted in the spring of 2019, one of the featured artworks in the brand new Ronald McDonald Charity House in historic Jonestown, Baltimore, Maryland.