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by admin on August 21, 2014


Following up on an earlier post.


Much of the inspiration that I mention in that post carries through to this one.

 And here it is as it lives in it’s frame.




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by admin on August 15, 2014

My father had a sailboat when I was a kid. I spent a lot of time on the water. Here is my lovely and loving wife Mel on that boat. I think, mostly, my subconscious drew this. It sort of happened without me really knowing what I was up too.


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by admin on August 13, 2014



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by admin on August 8, 2014

 A studio cross section shot.


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by admin on August 6, 2014


Plagued by gods, by reason and by insight, Orion lumbers blind through a mystical landscape. Nicolas Poussin’s Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun, 1658, invokes the narrative of  early man, and is the reference for my own contemplation above. On the verge of cinematic, Poussin’s painting reaches beyond the limitations of the static tools used for it’s creation and projects an insightful thesis on what continues to envelop our human experience, “I am hear but I don’t belong.” I’ve also included here my initial lay-in because it provides foundation and further suggestion to this pre historic motif.


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by admin on July 8, 2014

Discovering New York City never ends.

Riverside Park is an incredible legacy left for generations to ponder.



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by admin on June 21, 2014

On the  beach at Jost Van Dyke, Mel relaxes and enjoys our honeymoon. I can remember being there, again, each time I look at this painting. It’s different from taking a photo. When you’re painting, your “here”  in a different way. It’s why i love being the painter that I am.

It’s a treasure, this intimate water color, of my dearest treasure, Mel.



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by admin on June 15, 2014

Quantity? Quality? I will never get to paint all that I see and feel. Sometimes working on one long painting over time  just does not do it. These drawings are done in the moments when the inspiration is revealed.

Presence is a core theme in my work; my presence, the presence of the world around us, and your presence. How much can you give to a painting, bring to a painting? The final piece is you. You are who brings life to a painting. Our job as artists, pass or fail, is to “acquire and delight.” Acquire your attention and delight your senses. Whatever they may be.


UWSSHADESAPT.72Buildings stand statuesque, lit by a western sun, my palm and shades shade

this spectacular point of view, my window.


CP.BUILDINGTREESSTONE.72The north end of Central Park. The skylines simplifies,

the ground swells with the mass of a large sunlit stone.

CP.TREESKYBUILDING.72Tree, sky, building


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by admin on June 3, 2014

Riverside Park is beautiful right now. It provides a lovely dense canopy to paint under, interesting and intersecting paths to ponder, as well as planted gardens with Iris and Poppies. These drawings are on the verge of abstraction and feel weighty and sculptural. The first are large violet blossoms guarded by iron fencing, the kind so typical of the Upper West Side. The second, Irises, two stalks, amidst the deep values of nearby plants and flowers.

Below a young guy riding uptown.

My drawing style feels fatigued here, technique almost none.



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by admin on April 22, 2014

Working quickly in a small sketchbook,

these simple tools afford me the ability to respond

immediately to fugitive light and fleeting moments.

BROWNSTONE.94th.72Shadowy brownstones tucked away on 94th street.

MELFOOT.72A conversation on the couch.

UWS.CHURCHPARK.72Church steeple, a view from the park.

UWSSKYLINE.72Buildings become electric during the last moments of the downing sun.

RABI.72Form unfolds softly under the florescent lights of the subway car.

REDBLUGRN.72A first attempt at understanding this not so limited palette.

MELWORKINGONCOUCH.72Mel working on the couch is the subject and the picture is about slow gradations.

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