Check out this great short video that The Art Students League of NY created about the making of my ‘Suffragists Marching’ mural. On view in the Columbus Circle Subway Station (8th Ave between 57th and 58th), NYC
This Layer series is typically three layers of different paintings placed on top of each other, which combine to create one image. The contradiction between geometric and organic forms produces a multi-dimensional space. The paintings range from 5x7 inches to 6x4 feet.
The Powerful Women series is a way to amplify the stories, lessons, and achievements of amazing women. By placing a spotlight on extraordinary women, there will be an example by which others can follow. In Powerful Women, each figure is placed in the forefront as an expressive drawing with the background providing the context of her history. Each history is shown as a patchwork collage, often displaying issues our hero had to overcome.
In an NYC group show, 'Truth' was one of 19 paintings selected in Linea: Art Journal as a highlight of the show among roughly 300 works.
This expressive portrait features an actress on her Opening Night. 400 artists applied for a Portrait Show at Gensler, NY and 80 were included. 'Opening Night' was featured on the front cover of the catalog.
Won the competitive Merit Award from the Art Students League of New York. Judges included an NYC art critic and internationally renowned abstract artist.
Awarded a Blue Dot, signifying it as a highlight of the show in recent NYC exhibition.
Created to highlight the architecture of the beautiful new addition to the Baldwin Public Library in Birmingham, Michigan. 40 artists collaborated with neighbors to the right and left of our canvases. The organizers literally zipped the paintings together to hang them. The mural can be viewed from a block away and from Shane Park, in the walkable downtown area.
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