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 [...]

In the Studio #63

In the Studio #63

I've been busy in the studio starting a couple new pieces but, most excitedly, doing some art business; which I avoid doing because it's often tedious. Most applications for grants, awards, and art applications run through programs like SlideRoom; which fortunately cuts down on some of the hassle of filling out forms because you can [...]