Drawing as a Daily Practice

Drawing the human figure from observation is extremely challenging. Many do not get enough opportunity in school or in their praxis to experience the benefits of extensive study of the human form. Life drawing groups can be difficult to organize, models can be...

Learning From the Masters

Learning from the Masters During long periods between painting sessions, I often return to drawing to keep my chops up. I have been visiting the Norton Simon Museum to draw directly from Rembrandt, Moroni, Courbet, Manet, Frans Hals and Ingres. It is an invaluable...

New American Paintings #127

New American Paintings #127 I am pleased to announce that I am among the competition winners in this month’s issue of New American Paintings #127, Pacific Coast Competition, juried by Jarrett Gregory, Associate Curator, Contemporary Art at LACMA. This will be my...

New Work: Summer 2016

New Work: Summer 2016 Currently in the studio, I am making progress on a new series of paintings of movie theater audiences. These paintings are based on snap shots taken during the screening of movies in various theater locations in Los Angeles. My flash photograph...

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