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July 24th

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

 

MORE INFO HERE.

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 . . . "

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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.

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Lyn & E.T. Wiliams with their recent purchase of Pale Male and
Nail This . . .
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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.

"LA VIDA EN TIEMPOS DE COVID"
a public artwork commissioned by The Children's Museum of The East End with funds provided by The National Endowment for The Arts, The New York State Council for the Arts, and more ---
where I load my digital brush with the art and stories of 25 Latino kids --
all created via ZOOM classes in summer 2020.

Roz & Daelyn at CMEE with La Vida after

"LA VIDA EN TIEMPOS DE COVID"  a DIMONscape created entirely via ZOOM with CMEE's outreach program "ARTE DIGITALE" during Summer 2020 (COVID) funded by  The National Endowment for the Arts and more . . .

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Roz stands with Daelyn after installation.

Permanent Installation at The Children's Museum, East End