Thursday, October 22, 2015

Anna Pierrepont Series works from Green-Wood Cemetery featured on the blog of Green-Wood's Historian in Residence, Jeff Richman

Jeff Richman, the Historian of Green-Wood Cemetery has arranged a collection of drawings from the Anna Pierrepont Series in a blogpost entitled "Another Artist Inspired by Green-Wood', "

Followers of this blog will recognize the central role that Green-Wood plays in my process of picture making and in the creation of pictorial essays. The entire series is named for one of Green-Wood's permanent residents, Anna Marie Pierrepont.

In addition to the pictures, Jeff has also published excerpts from an essay that I authored that concerns my relationship with Green-Wood.

I am deeply honored by Green-Wood's acknowledgement of my practice. I also deeply appreciate Jeff's and by extension's Green-Wood's willingness to provide a platform for the Anna Pierrepont Series, this blog and also my most recent essay, 'Civic Virtue', that is currently published in Assisi, the Literary Journal of St. Francis College [provided by a link in Jeff's blog].

Sunday, October 4, 2015

KYSO Flash features 'Radio Towers' [from Northern New Jersey] and other of my acrylic paintings on canvas from the 1990

Thanks to the advocacy of Clare MacQueen, the force behind KYSO Flash and other publications, urban landscapes that I created in the 1990s have been given a platform.

Clare also provided access to a hundred of additional works by poets, essayists and other artists.

Please explore 'KYSO Flash',to discover images and/or texts that will 'Knock Your Socks Off!':

If you would like to view my works featured by Clare, click on this specific link:

These works and other from the series have been faithfully hosted by Electric Gallery for quite a while. You can view more of them at: