Category: fine art

Contribute To My Patreon

Like many other Americans, I lost my job when COVID-19 arrived. Quite bluntly, it sucks. Until I can find another form of income, I’ve officially activated my Patreon account. You can contribute to my Patreon as little as five dollars a month ($5.00). For my Patreon subscribers, I will either mail out small sketches, a…

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (1950 – 2020)

Even if you live under a rock, you know about COVID-19. While the pandemic is taking hold of the U.S., news of a different sort was reported. On March 14, 2020, Genesis P-Orridge, best known for S/Her work with Coum Transmissions, Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV, T.O.P.Y., and the Pandrogeny Project, passed away. P-Orridge was 70.…

Yes We Have No Bananas…

Think next year I might go to Art Basel Miami. ‘Cause they be wildin’ over there. Like that banana with the duct tape that sold for $120,000. Not to be outdone, another artist stepped up, took the banana off the wall, and ate it. The crowd snapped away with their cell phones, while four police…

Recap: Trans-Cen-Der July 2019

Back in July 2019, I was invited by co-curator Tim Gowan. It was an honor to give a talk discussing my work among other talented artists. The Trans-Cen-Der Art Group (TAG) is a networking and creative development community which through a monthly lecture series, provides artists a supportive place to share work, receive feedback and…

Photos From Scavengers @ BFP Creative, September 2019.

This exhibit recently ended, but here’s photos from last month’s exhibit at BFP Creative. This exhibit was also on display during Bushwick Open Studios 2019. (Also check out my recent post of BOS 2019.) The idea behind Scavengers was to create art from recycled or found materials. It was to be curated by Jaynie Gillman…

Kick-Off @ Lorimoto Gallery for Ridgewood Open Studios October 2019

Heads up. Busy upcoming weekend in NYC. If you’re in the Ridgewood, Queens area, then check out the first ever Ridgewood Open Studios. I will have a painting on display as part of the Lorimoto Gallery group art exhibition. ¬†All work exhibited is for sale. Lorimoto Gallery: 1623 Hancock Street, Ridgewood Queens NY 11385 Opening…

Bushwick Open Studios 2019 Visual Review

Two weekends ago was the annual Bushwick Open Studios. Since it’s inception, it’s become a big deal in the NYC art scene. Not as huge as getting a VIP pass to The Armory Show during NYC Art Week, but you get the idea. Although it was late September, the temperatures still felt like summer beach…