SEA Virtual Exhibit
My acrylic painting ’Stop Me If You Have Heard This One Before’, is on display as part of the 4th Annual International Society of Experimental Artists Member Only Virtual Exhibition, jurried by Rufus Snoddy, and this won the 3rd place award! The exhibition is online starting March 15, 2018. To view the exhibit online click here. And, here’s ISEA on Facebook
I have 10 pieces of new work on exhibit. To request more information, please visit my contact page.
A few things are on the horizon
Spirit Of Experimental Art Spotlight
I am featured in the May 2017 issue of the Spirit Of Experimental Art quarterly newsletter, which is published by Maxine Masterfield, one of the founders of the International Society Of experimental Artists (ISEA), of which, I am a Fellow, and have been a member for over 20 years. This quite an honor.
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My Solarplate prints Heroes, Just a Moment Ago, Napali, Piha Lay La, Piha Lay and The Tenth Day are in the new book "Printmakers Today", published by Schiffer Publishing. From a recent review - 'Expertly compiled and deftly edited by Jeffrey B. Snyder, "Printmakers Today" is a 256-page, profusely and beautifully illustrated compendium showcasing sixty-three contemporary artists whose technical skill and imagination have produced museum quality work. Each individual artist showcased begins with an extended statement by the artist about their approach and then superbly reproduced and representative examples of their work'. For information, click here.
Eyes On: Abstracts
My monotypes The First Day I, The First Day III and The First Day X are in the new book "Eyes On: Abstracts", published by Blaze Hill Press.
Frank Zappa Book
My photo of the famous Frank Zappa Quilt, made of feminine undergarments, thrown on stage during Frank Zappa concerts, appears in a wonderful new book on Frank Zappa by Ingo Meyer. What can I say, well a lot really, but I was surprised Ingo contacted me for permission to use the photo taken in 1983, and pleased to have 2 copies show up in the mail the other day. For pictures of the quilt, click here. For information about the book, including an interview with Ingo Meyer, click here.