Spring 2017 Newsletter

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Hi friends, I hope this message finds you well.

I have some exciting news and events to share with you for this Spring.


VENICE FAMILY CLINIC ART WALK & AUCTION, MAY 20 & 21, 2017

This weekend I will have a pair of monotypes up for auction at the 38th Annual Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction in Venice Beach.

The Venice Art Walk & Auction raises critical funds to provide healthcare for 24,000 low-income, uninsured and homeless people in the Los Angeles area. You can find more information about the Art Walk and purchase tickets to the event by visiting the organization’s website: https://theveniceartwalk.org/


Untitled (from the Swimmer series), 2017

The drawings are from a series of “Swimmer” monotypes that I created last Winter from a found photograph of the Olympian swimmer Kathleen Genevieve “Katie” Ledecky. The frame was generously donated by Samuel Freeman Gallery.

To view the auction or to place a bid, click here: https://paddle8.com/auction/venice-family-clinic/


OPEN STUDIOS, SUNDAY JUNE 11, 1-6 PM


On Sunday, June 11, from 1-6pm, I will be co-hosting an open studios event along with my studio mates at 4618 W. Jefferson Blvd. in the West Adams area of Los Angeles.

The event will be a great opportunity to view my process up close and to get a sneak peek at a new cycle of paintings that I have been working on for the past year and a half.

Participating artists will include myself, Heather Brown, Andrew Foster, Sulai Lopez, Anthony Miserendino, Michael Charles Neumann, and Rob Remer.

Click here for a link to the Facebook event page: http://preview.tinyurl.com/lg6p5vn


NEW AMERICAN PAINTINGS #129

Last month, I was fortunate enough to have some work published in issue #129 of New American Paintings. The selection features work from my show, True Believers, exhibited at Samuel Freeman Gallery in Culver City last May. The issue will be available at bookstores and newsstands through the end of this month.

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