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FEATURED FEB '23
Lettering White Monochrome
Oil on Canvas, 12 15/16 x 10" 2010
Strip Painting Monochrome, (Dark Blue, 6.8.11)
Oil on Linen on Board, 16 7/16 x 13” 2011
Red Monochrome, (7.25.10)
Oil on Linen on Board, 17 15/16 x 15" 2010
Exhibited: Color Go-Lightly - An Homage to Color, Gallery Valentine, Bridgehampton, New York, 2012
FEATURED JAN '23
Strands, White On White (Miami), 2015
Oil and Gesso on Linen, Approx. 8-12 x 1” to Approx. 24 x 2”
By-ProductPainting, (All Whites), 5.18.15
Acrylic on Canvas, 72 3/16 x 60 3/16”, 2015
FEATURED OCT '22
Concept Rendering for Gold Strand Piece Installation
Strands: Oil on Linen, Wall Mounted, Approx. 12 x 1"
FEATURED APR '22
Untitled Grid Piece / Color Study (5.16.08 - 9.14.09)
Gouache on Paper, 18 Panels
51 x 69 1/2" Overall, Dimensions Variable
In the tradition of the color grid explored by Mondrian, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol Lewitt, et al. Untitled Grid Piece / Color Study (5.16.08 - 9.14.09) was created to examine color combinations in both random and systematic manners.
FEATURED MAR '22
Mussels, Oil, Gouache, Bole, Ink, Acrylic, on Linen on Board
12 1/16 x 9”
From the Series "Mussels 8.13 - 8.16.20," Georgica E.H.
“Moule” - (v) To Mold, (n) Mussel “Cast” (v), (n)
This work is from the artist's recent series of mussel paintings inspired by correspondences and writings of the sea, especially verses from a postcard to the artist and poet Marcel Broodthaers, which inspired other titled works from this series. All works made with mussel shells collected on the artist's long walks during the pandemic lockdown of 2019.
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT MARCEL BROODTHAERS' MUSSEL PAINTINGS
Inscribed on the frame, to be read in the round: "I / Found / Romance / In Him"
Text colors are: Red, Yellow, Black of the Belgian Flag
In Artist’s Brass Frame
FEATURED FEB '22
Smoke Painting 3.4.14 Diptych
Smoke, Oil on Canvas
18 x 28 7/16" Overall
This multicolor smoke painting is from the first series that the artist created in Los Angeles, CA inspired by the city's neon skies. The work is from a very limited series and marks the transition out of monochromatic smoke paintings into multicolor works.