Tag Archives: monotypes
I was invited (along with Justin Sanz, Director of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop) to a closed-door meeting with the curators and staff of the Museum of Modern Art to show my work and to do a monoprint/monotype workshop and … 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
These pictures, from last Saturday night, are of the opening and release party for Carrier Pigeon magazine. The opening was an exhibition of artwork done for Carrier Pigeon magazine, Issue 15. In the first photo, I am pictured with Russ … Continue reading
I just completed these two new horse monotypes. I had done a few bad to mediocre horse pieces right before I did these. It was nice to finally come up with pieces that I am really happy with. This happens … Continue reading
Here I am in front of one of my boxing pieces, horsing around with Robert Newman, the owner and director of The Old Print Shop gallery on 30th street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan. I am represented by the Old … Continue reading
Shown is Herve Mehu, owner of the Mehu Gallery, standing next to Elana Goren, another show participant. Elana is one of my true friends and also a terrific printmaker, I might add! They are standing in front of one of … Continue reading
These two monoprints were completed recently. They are a continuation of a series of pieces of animals in motion that I have been working on for years.
The horse race piece, seen through the window, is one of mine. This is among others of my prints that are included in an exhibition at Galerie 21 in Cologne, Germany.
These three prints, two etchings and a monotype, are currently being exhibited at a Carrier Pigeon Magazine Directors’ exhibition in Cologne, Germany. This is quite an honor for me.
My monoprint is currently on exhibit in a juried exhibition, Paradoxes: Despair and Hopefulness, at the Mooney Center Gallery in the College of New Rochelle Cultural Center.