POST 2019

Once again, I will open my doors for Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. I will have lots of new work, and some small pieces for sale for $200 or less. Germantown, the neighborhood where my studio is located, has a lot of artists participating this year. In my building, you can…

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Your Plus-One at Mount Airy Contemporary

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To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Mount Airy Contemporary invited all of the artists who’ve shown with them previously to send small works, and to invite a “plus-one” – another artist of their choosing – to contribute works as well. I invited Joanna Platt, a friend and amazing artist to join…

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Woodmere, here we come!

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I feel fortunate and flattered (even honored!) that I will have a piece in Woodmere Art Museum’s 77th annual juried exhibition. The Woodmere Annual is one of those shows for which many, many Philadelphia artists regularly submit work to be considered. Along with the Fleisher Wind Challenge, collecting a rejection…

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Sea Creatures find a habitat in Center City

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James Oliver Gallery invited me to include several drawings in International Variety: a works on paper. It’s a huge group show, open from March 3 to April 14. Opening reception: Saturday, March 3, 6-10pm Closing reception: Saturday, April 14, 6-9pm I have 3 big guys in the show, each of them 45×45…

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Sea Creatures Travel to Seattle

Lori Johns of Phylogeny Contemporary was kind enough to ask me to include artwork in an exhibit, The Art of the Gift. These 3 framed cuties were carefully packed up and shipped across the continent: They’re each 11 by 11 inches, graphite on vellum. Framed, they are 17 by 17 inches.…

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(Another) Fresh Start

So  I’ve learned a lot in the past 6 months. About how easily hacked a website can be. How to launch an elastic cloud instance on Amazon web services. How to create a LAMP server on that instance and rebuild my website. How to make that website more secure than…

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