It's been a question of what to do with my digital legacy given my current circumstances, and I think we have found something where people can continue to collect or be introduced to my artwork, all after I'm gone.
I was given months to live, and I had to make arrangements -- fast. No one could actually tell me how much time I had, but I felt awful, and we were in the height of the pandemic. I had already made a Will years before due to my ongoing health problems since my first… Continue reading How-To Prepare for Death as an Artist
I'm happy to tell you the fruits of this effort has resulted in a solo show called "Drawing Through Reality" with over 50 drawings that will be exhibited at Revolution Gallery opening on Friday, September 17th! This is nothing short of a miracle as I couldn't even move a month before starting these TV marathons. I was sure I'd never make art again, I was sure I would die sooner rather than later.
My solo exhibition "Soft Sugars" is now available via Artsy and BoxHeart Gallery in Pittsburgh. The show is up until August 23rd. I made a little video talking about my painting process and how the whole thing keeps evolving. https://youtu.be/MV57VG1y7OA As you will be able to tell, I kind of gave up trying to paint… Continue reading How My Paintings Continue to Evolve
Six years ago, a change started to happen in my work in the style and subject matter in getting away from figurative representation. Maybe you have been following along, and have seen pieces of that work exhibited here and there at galleries as well as posted online. The response to them has been pretty fantastic… Continue reading Good Riddance 2016 Arty Farty Giveaway!
I'm more than a little annoyed I was almost sent on my merry way and this wasn't caught. I knew something was wrong and it still took a nudge to get proper imaging done. So for this round I'm comfortable saying that I caught this, not a doctor for once.