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Incantation

Incantation, 25”h. x 25”w., spray enamel on birch panel, 2013

Birdwatching

I will finally get to show my big, bold, joyous painting, Birdwatching (52″x52″, mixed media) during SF Open Studios, Nov. 11 & 12, 11am-6pm at The Farm Art Collective, 1458 San Bruno Ave., San Francisco, CA. It depicts some colorful and lyrical shape making inspired by jungle trance music.

Art for Aids 2017

This piece called Urban Garden, (18″ x 23″, collage and acrylic on paper, signed and framed) is available for bidding online to benefit Aid for Aids. The live auction will be held on Friday, October 20, 2017 at the Metreon in San Francisco.

Global Melting

I am very pleased to open 2017 with the inclusion of “Global Melting” in a group show of 53 Northern California artists at Gallery Route One in Pt. Reyes Station — the 32nd Annual Juried Show “Beginnings.”, created by the esteemed Chester Arnold. Point Reyes Station owes its existence (and obviously part of its name) to […]

Holiday Open Studio this Friday to Sunday!

My Holiday Open Studio in San Rafael is this Saturday, December 3rd, and Sunday, December 4th, 11AM to 4 PM. The opening reception is Friday, December 2nd, 5-8 PM. Come on by to see new paintings & merch! Lots more artists to see at Mark Drive Studios.  Find directions here and a flyer here. For more info call 415.846.1655

Galleon on Red Sea

My painting Galleon on Red Sea won an honorable mention at the recent Summer National Juried Exhibition at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato, California. Juror Brian Gross of Brian Gross Fine Art said it was different and reminded him of H. C. Westermann’s work. I appreciate the acknowledgement by such an esteemed […]

TAG, a curated Pop-Up Exhibition of Contemporary Abstract Painting

Announcing TAG, a curated Pop-Up Exhibition of Contemporary Abstract Painting Artist and Curator Joyce Conlon selected Bay Area artists who are pushing the boundaries within their non-representational work. Several artists invited or tagged another artist for inclusion, hence the name of the show. Selections were made based on an admiration and an affinity with the […]

My Abstracts at Stanford

Here’s one of the 50 paintings and collages I’m proud to be showing this summer at Stanford University in Palo Alto. The show, curated by DeWitt Cheng, as part of the Stanford Art Spaces program, runs till September 18, 2015. Work will be placed throughout two buildings along with paintings by simpatico abstractionist Tom Gardner. The location is the Paul G. Allen […]