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in process…

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I’ve returned to the 2nd painting after a few weeks off.  Here’s a snap of the bottom left hand corner.  Lots of Alizarin Crimson cooling off the shadows.  Generally building up the middle ground so that I can come over the top of it next.  

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in process…

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a couple of contemporary painters i like post details of work in process. ┬ásort of violates the whole art-magic thing but it’s a way of populating the site with more frequent updates and letting people know what i’m up to in my far distant corner of manhattan. here’s a corner…

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One

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I finished my first painting in… oh, let’s say: a number of years. It was gifted to my biggest supporters, Gary and Kathy for their tireless faith and love.  I couldn’t have gotten back on the horse without you.   Thank you for not giving up on me. The painting…

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Meer and Far, 12.03.12

By Sketches, Studies

Second Autumn has found its way to New York with a near 60 degree day or two.  I’m getting over a cold but found the willpower to hasten my way down to the meer after a few weeks “off”*. Kathleen gave me a bunch of cold-press single sheets and i’ve…

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Harlem Meer, 11.18.12

By Sketches

A couple of days worth of drawing.  One bitter cold; one unseasonably warm.  The drawing is getting good enough and copious enough that i now have to stop posting the terrible work and just selectively update.  Trust me that we both win in this. A selection spanning three days.  The…

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Harlem Meer, 11.05.12

By Sketches

The meer is all boarded up with chainlink as a response to hurricane Sandy.  I attempted to stop by last week but it was impassable.  There was some talk of going last Saturday but the 20 degree windchill temps made sitting in the pre-dawn shade less than enviable.  I tapped…

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Boys will be boys

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I co-curated an exhibition of Fanny Brennan paintings at Leigh Morse Fine Arts.  The opening for “Fanny Brennan Retrospective” was last night and despite the aftermath of hurricane Sandy, the event was flush with revelers and a good time. The artist’s son and longtime friend of mine, Richard Brennan, and…

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A logo for Bad Wolf Coffee

By Design

Hello All, When i can, I like to create process pieces on how Identity work develops and I’ve just done this for my new work for Bad Wolf Coffee over at the Behance portfolio site.  If you’d like to watch the magic unfold please have a gander at: Bad Wolf…

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Harlem Meer, 10.27.12

By Sketches

The world is in … Tumult?  A still in the air as the humidity rises and a Low pressure system holds the tri-state hostage in anticipation of the Frankenstorm approaching on Monday.  So, unseasonably warm Autumn weather.  Gray skies.  Flat lighting.  The trees continue their fiery march as green burns…

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Harlem Meer, 10.20.12

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The tide is turning.  For the better, i think.  Perhaps a bad metaphor… doesn’t that thing come in and go out twice a day? Denning loaned me her incredibly precious “Claude Lorrain: The Painter as Draftsman” (rare tome) and i’ve been poring over it.  Actually, it’s Lorrain’s sketches that pushed…

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Harlem Meer, 10.13.12

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Inching forward with some style changes.  Adding more wash and playing with that.  Here’s three drawings from a couple of days this week.  The last two from today when Denning and I went out for a brisk Autumnal morning and promptly sat in the shade for two hours.  Well, that…

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