Monthly Archives: December 2016

Three Shows in Manhattan

My Work is up on the walls in three shows in Manhattan right now.  The first is at the Salmagundy Club on Fifth Avenue. This is an exhibition of both etchings and monotypes by the directors of The New York Society … Continue reading

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The Theme of Ugly Politics

I’ve been in numerous exhibitions in the last two months. A number of them were on the theme of ugly politics, inspired by the election tensions that ran high right up to the election. The three judgement and courtroom scenes (shown … Continue reading

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Multiple Shows and Artist Lecture

I curated two shows recently, one was a mixed media exhibition at the Mehu Gallery, and the other was the Carrier Pigeon issue 16 release exhibition that I did with Russ Spitkovsy, Carrier Pigeon Magazine’s original founder.  This show traveled … Continue reading

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