Category Archives: Illustration
This is my piece up in the second part of the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition in their Museum of American Illustration Gallery. This is a monotype that was done as an illustration for Easton Press’ new version of 1984 … Continue reading
Here I am in front of one of my pieces that is up right now in the annual exhibition at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators on East 63rd street in Manhattan. The work will be … Continue reading
This is my boxer piece, up for the next several weeks, at The Museum of American Illustration at the Society of illustrators on East 63rd Street in Manhattan. The works will be reproduced in the Illustrators Annual #60, next year. … Continue reading
Currently, I have a number of my large political pieces up in a show at the Pelham Art Center in Pelham, NY. The show will be up until March 25th. The show’s title is OP-ED ART: IMAGE IN THE SERVICE … Continue reading
My monotype piece is currently up at the Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration in their annual exhibition which will be printed in next year’s annual book. It’s an honor to be in this show, as it’s really kind … Continue reading
My work is in another show called “Storytellers,” an exhibition at the Mehu Gallery, showing now through February 21st. The opening was last night, and it was packed. This show is a little different than other Mehu shows since it … Continue reading
These are two stills from a film and off-Broadway play, Wet Paint, currently in production. The producers are using my artwork for the poster, and at least 25 of my pieces as backdrops for the play and the film. The … Continue reading
Above is my latest boxer piece done a few days ago. It is the continuation of a series that I have been working on (and off) for years. The pieces below are all in the Old Print Shop Gallery (on … Continue reading
I recently completed these two illustrations for Stock and Commodities magazine. The racer piece is a monoprint.
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!