Monthly Archives: June 2014

Show at the Korea Society

The opening, last Wednesday, at the Korea Society was really great. Over two hundred people came to see it. Here I am pictured (above) with my friends Jahee Yu (the exhibition co-ordinator) and Russ Spitkovsky (one of the other curators), the … Continue reading

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New Drawing Book Just Published

I wrote and illustrated this 160-page, how-to-draw book for Peter Pauper Press (pictured above). Drawing for Everyone is not only a step by step learning guide, but it also has tons of my best artwork printed in full color. It took almost … Continue reading

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Art in the Park show in Cross River, NY

I am having a two-person show with my friend Ron Mineo, who is a terrific sculptor (right out of a time capsule from the Renaissance). The show is called “Nature of the Beast” and it opens at the end of … Continue reading

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Show and Artist Talk at the Korea Society

I will be giving an art talk about contemporary printmaking on July 10, 2014 along with Chungwoo Nam, a co-curator for the international traveling Korean/American printmaking exhibition, “Made in New York, Made in Seoul.” I was the other co-curator for this … Continue reading

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Guttenberg Arts in NJ

My works are up right now at Guttenburg Arts in New Jersey. The exhibition is featuring work from Guttenburg Arts founders and board of directors, of which I am a member.

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Print Club of New York

I was one of five printmakers invited to talk about my work in front of print collectors from the Print Club of New York. The event was held at the Society of Illustrators on East 63rd street in Manhattan. It … Continue reading

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Monoprint Illustration

This recent monoprint, created for my own reasons, was published in Stocks and Commodities Magazine along with an article on rebounding from a devastating loss of money in the stock market.—  Go figure!

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