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The Kress Project, Georgia Museum of Art

I am honored to be awarded inclusion in the Georgia Museum of Art’s Kress Project this year. A panel chose 24 artists out of those who gave responses to one of the Renaissance paintings in the museum’s collection, and whose work … Continue reading

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Salon of Peaceful Shadows, Tender Flame of Eternal Youth – the backstory

Phil Elie – impresario extraordinaire – flew in from his home in Paris last week to organize this event with some old friends in the Pillowtex warehouse. Now used as headquarters for the non-profit group, Give Us Names, the founders … Continue reading

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July and a couple of new paintings in progress

I had heard Philip Glass’s 1979 Mad Rush (renamed from his original Part Four, Fourth Series) at the Woodruff Arts Center’s Sonic Palooza a couple of weeks ago and started a sketch on site that was primarily horizontal lines, in response … Continue reading

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Neoteric Art Interview

Norbert Marszalek and William Dolan offer a series of interviews with artists on their blog, including a recent one with me. Go to Neoteric Art for the full interview. Thanks, Norbert!

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Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation

It’s not often that one finds a space as grand as the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation in such an out of the way location. Watkinsville is a town, village really, twenty minutes south of Athens and an hour or so … Continue reading

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Upcoming exhibits

Additional upcoming spring exhibits for April and May (see this post for current shows that just went up): April 16 – Avondale Arts Alliance, Art in the Afternoon. GA. Curated by Director Jennifer Singh. From 11am to 5pm. Map and more … Continue reading

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Upcoming Exhibits

My work will be shown in these upcoming spring exhibits. Unfortunately I entered Asparagus Bed into two shows and it was accepted in both. So now I have a small dilemma. Show listed first, then paintings. April 1-May 1, 2011 … Continue reading

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Painting to Delius

My newest painting is inspired by Frederick Delius’s Sea Drift, an amazing choral and orchestral work with Walt Whitman’s poetry as text. Virtually unknown during his lifetime, other than in Europe, the introspective composer continued making music into old age and … Continue reading

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A last summer in Pennsylvania, apologies to Gary Snyder

My beautiful gardens, the last apple tree and twilights drilled by cicadas and frogs. July steam that doesn’t end at dusk. Chiggers plague, or is it poison ivied ankles? Another journey, leavings turn melancholy. Places change, memories shift, grasses grow wilder. … Continue reading

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Heat wave paintings

New paintings from my garden series. 99 to 102 degrees this week. Today, a mere 88 and the first time I could stand to be out on the sun porch and paint. Monarda (scarlet bee balm) with trumpet daylilies, and … Continue reading

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