Monthly Archives: March 2010

Ali Hossaini and Ouroboros, a history of the universe

Ali Hossaini teams up with video artists and programmers, Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy from Sweatshoppe, for their 3-D extravaganza “Ouroboros, the History of the Universe”, now showing at the Ise Cultural Foundation in Soho. I’ve known Ali since our days … Continue reading

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March and new paintings

The weather has finally turned. Today I sat in the sun studying, and later this week it might even be warm enough to paint on the sun porch. A few new works that I’m late in posting. March. Oil/canvas 24″x31″ … Continue reading

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Frank Lloyd Wright in my neighborhood

I’m a volunteer for my township’s historical commission and we  rediscovered one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s residential homes in the area, the owner having recently passed away. Folly Cottage was designed in the 1920’s for Wright’s daughter, who was tragically … Continue reading

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The Whitney Biennial reviews

I haven’t gotten into the city yet to see the Whitney Biennial and may have to skip it this time. Much time being spent painting my own work and getting house repairs finalized. What I have seen are interesting takes … Continue reading

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