I have a working waterfront painting in this new book by Carl Little and David Little! Nearly half the book is an overview of Portland paintings from the past (think Stephen Etnier, Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer…good company!), the rest is contemporary works. I’m so excited to be part of it.
Book launch and signing will take place at Greenhut Galleries, Thursday, June 14th from 5-7pm. Books will be available in many bookstores beginning tomorrow as well.
Also coming up is the annual MECA Collect Sale which will take place June 28-30 at the Institute of Contemporary Art on Congress St. I will have a Construction Zone print in the sale. Thanks for stopping by my news page!
Please join me for the opening reception of the 9th Biennial Portland Show at Greenhut Galleries, Saturday, April 7th from 1-3pm. Exhibition on display through April 28. This biennial features 51 Maine artists who are asked to interpret Portland Maine in any way we choose. My painting, Rhythm and Blues, celebrates our working waterfront and beautiful Casco Bay. Acrylic on panel, 24 x 30 inches.
So pleased to be included in this exhibition at the Atrium Art Gallery in Lewiston March 12-June 1, 2018 . Artists reception is Thursday, March 22 from 6-8pm.
My piece (pictured below) In the Yard; Bath Iron Works, acrylic on panel, 24″x18″.
My print, Construction Zone, is in this exhibition at Greenhut Galleries, 146 Middle St. Portland, ME. Opening reception is Saturday, Feb 3 from 1-3pm, the exhibit continues through Feb. 24th. Excited to be showing with this great group of Maine printmakers!
It was great to see my Urban Salvage monotype now hanging in one of the offices at Proskauer in Boston. This office overlooks the old Fort Point Channel Bridge in Boston Harbor (see below) which is kind of perfect!
The Verrill Dana law firm based here in Portland commissioned me to create two 36 x 48 inch paintings for their beautiful, newly renovated offices. They were delivered this month and are hanging in the main 9th floor conference room in their offices at 1 Portland Square.
The paintings are loosely based on the Portland waterfront, with a couple of recognizable landmarks such as the Eimskip crane which dominates the western waterfront, and the Ocean Gateway Terminal building to the east.
It was great to work in a larger scale and I look forward to doing more!
I’m excited to be showing at this new gallery in California. Gallery owner Michael Barba purchased one of my monoprints at the Meca art sale last spring and got in touch afterwards about showing my work. He stopped by my studio this fall and selected these 2 for the opening exhibit, “The Depth of Perception”. Fun to have my work traveling all the way to Australia!