What the world needs now is…

What the world needs now is…

…no more bullshit. That’s the simple truth. And whether it’s in architecture, politics or art, it’s about time that everyone start calling a spade, a spade. There’s a great blog article I was reading that brought this concept and...
TEXT ME: Word and Image in Visual Art

TEXT ME: Word and Image in Visual Art

This coming Sunday, June 5, from 1 to 4 pm, Philip F. Clark and I are having a reception for the artists for our most recent curatorial effort. The show, TEXT ME!, provides a dialog between artworks by artists whose work includes text and words in some form. The...

Truth/Lies

You lie. I lie. And yet I consider myself a truthful person. In fact, I take pride in characterizing myself that way, an honest person. That we live in a time when, more than ever before it’s impossible to tell truth from lies is an understatement. Our entire...
Sticks and Stones: words can hurt  for a lifetime.

Sticks and Stones: words can hurt for a lifetime.

This group of portraits, inspired by the old adage, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can never hurt me,” is an illustration of how that saying needs to be revisited. Given all that has been discovered about bullying, especially verbal...
Digital Landscapes

Digital Landscapes

Moment by moment, glimpse after glimpse… we are constantly being given opportunities to see the world as it is, in all its depth and simplicity. These photographs capture those times when the grandness of the world is punctuated by moments of stillness and...
Photography: Dog Walks

Photography: Dog Walks

Any landscape is a metaphor for the human mind and condition. It is full of textures, colors, hills and uncertain depth that are a map of how our minds are. The reality we see is just that, only something seen as perception but not anything that can be characterized...

Pause

This ‘marker’ represents both the psychological/emotional break I took for several years and the lapse in any serious effort with my work. From the years 1998 through to 2003, I took a long break from producing any serious artwork. THough I continued to...