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These are my two latest monotypes, done at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop a week or so ago. I do like both of these as I have been working with my students at SVA on human anatomy, perspective, and proportions … Continue reading
I have six of my etchings up right now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Mezzanine Gallery in a show of contemporary New York Printmakers. What an honor!
This is a shortened version of a video, made in the fall of 2000. It highlights interviews with Otto Neals, Robert Blackburn and me, as well. You can see the full version of the video on YouTube.
Here I am with two of my old friends, Kirsten Flaherty and Sarah Varon, at the opening of the new Carrier Pigeon release exhibition at Gallery 20/20, at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Gallery. I am one of the exhibiting … Continue reading
This 30-minute video is of a lecture that I gave at the Korea Society about the history of printmaking in relation to the joint Korean/American printmaking exhibition, Made in New York/Made in Seoul. I helped curate this group exhibition and … Continue reading
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
The international exhibition, MADE IN NEW YORK/MADE IN SEOUL, will be exhibited from June 9 – Aug 15, 2014 at the Korea Society, 950 Third Avenue in NYC. The opening reception is on June 11. The show will then be exhibited at The Seoul … Continue reading
I am currently in a large group show at the Yegam Art Space in queens that runs until the end of the month. Its a beautiful art cultural center, and there are many terrific works by different artists with very … Continue reading
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