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Unfinished, at the Met Breuer

By Exhibitions

The “Unfinished” exhibition at the Met Breuer is truly a magnificent collection of paintings. I say that with some care as it’s debatable whether or not the exhibition is great on its own or as a group of orphaned works spanning eras and demographics held together only by the academic…

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Meer, sky and water

By Sketches, Studies

I went out and went after sky and water studies in watercolor after finding those things to be the least convincing in my first outing.  Here are a selection of attempts. It’s an interesting problem trying to figure out how to deal with water.  Watercolor is going to require a…

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Frieze 2014, best of show

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the Frieze 2014 NYC art fair was nearly as strong as its predecessors.  Always a lot to to take away.  A few quibbles.  But still easily the best art fair in New York. Here are my take-away paintings and sculptures… The Breeder Gallery in Athens, Greece had two strong showings…

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First Watercolor at the Meer

By Sketches

I’ve been threatening to make the conversion over to color sketches for some time.  This is the first real watercolor sketch from the meer, of the (now familiar) copse on the southern shore.  It’s clearly emulating the vernacular of the ink washes.  And it should. Nice first step.  Definitely need…

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Copse, Spring abstractions

By Sketches

A nice bout of weather saw me in with all my gear at the meer today for a few hours.  Continuing to drill into the copse of trees on the southern shore and work on complexity and abstraction. i’m using a combination of wash and ink work.  And in two…

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