Pleased to have a work in this important show that speaks to a new landscape, one that is changing the world . . .
Listen in to the video at left for a few words from key players in this movement . . .
Coming to the Southampton Arts Center, one of the premiere exhibition spaces in the Hamptons
Check out a new kind of 2D painting that invites 3D exploration -- permanently on view for public engagement and funded by grants from The National Edowment for the Arts, The Institute for Museum and LIbrary Sciences and more. Find out more here:
"It's true. I had an affair with a a dead man . . . "
16 drawings of our 16th President . . . drawn during tumultuous times 2020-2021
The exhibition features 11 digital drawings and 7 mixed media interpretations based on the photographic portrait of Abraham Lincoln first realized by Alexander Gardner in 1863. I created the entire series in the tumultuous time in our nation between December 2020 and February 2021. I was inspired by his face as a means for preserving disparate forces and preserving a union of opposite minds -- which is after all what freedom is all about -- allowing differences of opinion.
READ MORE about this series in an interview with Jody Geist in The Times Review/Shelter Island Reporter.
Please be in touch if you would like to bring this series to your museum, historical society or library.
Lyn & E.T. Wiliams with their recent purchase of Pale Male and
Nail This . . .
A GIFT making these two works permanent installations at Christ Episcopal Church, Sag Harbor — PALE MALE #4/10, 'about fiinding home when all is lost’ and NAIL THIS AP#2, a Jesus-centric work that reaches out in openness to all faiths in the shape of a mandala. Both artworks flank a large Tiffany glass window that shows Jesus in the Temple talking with the rabbis. These works are STILL IMAGE & TIME BASED (you can interact - see DIMONscapes.