Ephemerama #49

Ephemerama #49

So we're in week two or three at least of this new normal that's starting to set in across the country and it absolutely sucks. Two things stand out to me about this particular moment that I regard as truly tragic and potentially unfixable. The first is the likelihood that social distancing will become the [...]

Ephemerama #47

Ephemerama #47

I woke up a couple days ago thinking about why the ocean gives me such a sense of relief. I settled on the notion that the ocean, specifically wading into it at the beach, connects a person instantly to their utter irrelevance in the cosmic scheme of things or at least our collective smallness. There's [...]

In the Studio #65

In the Studio #65

I had another good week in the studio this last week finishing two pieces and getting a long way towards finishing a third. I finished “Sea of Japan #3” and my Mercury painting titled "Like Flighty-Footed Mercury Harold Aides", named for my friend Harold Siegfried. It’s always amazing to me how productive I get when [...]

Ephemerama #46

Ephemerama #46

There are some really interesting artists here in the Lehigh Valley where I reside and I'm more than embarrassed about not knowing more about them. I came to this slowly rising realization after attending the "Passing Bittersweet" closing reception at the Williams Center for Art at Lafayette College this last Sunday along with my colleague [...]

Ephemerama #45

Ephemerama #45

I went to New York this last week to check out a few art shows and hang out with my new friends Kelvin and Jim and every time I leave the city to come back to where I reside I'm a little sad because I feel like I'm leaving home. I have this feeling despite [...]