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Friday, July 20, 2018

Panorama I

I am exploring new works born from intuitions about the fourfold foundations for aesthetics in art (long story...). Here is a first effort. It reflects on my investigations into Japanese garden art. I use the burnt wood method (Shou-Sugi-Ban) and some contemporary touches:

Panorama I, 2018. Wood, metal. 18x10x5.5".

Saturday, December 5, 2015

Etsy shop

I have decided to try Etsy as a means to sell relief sculptures. I loved making them in San Gimignano. These, however, will be based on my experiments in my MFA program in Stony Brook. They are made of copper and created through embossing/hammering.

The Etsy site is located here.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Moving studio next Summer

I will be moving my studio back to the Boston area in the summer of 2013. I have updated many of the pages in this site to reflect which of my sculptures are currently available. Please consider acquiring works before then! Thank you in advance.

Happy Prince recently performed

I was glad to learn from Dr. Sunita Mukhi that the Happy Prince project was recently performed again in Stony Brook at the Charles B. Wang Center.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Cited in a thoughtful Blog post

Robyn Gordon featured my work on the following blog post. I am fortunate to be in good company: http://artpropelled.blogspot.com/2011/09/weathered-worn-and-reclaimed.html

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Participating in Silent Auction at Synthetica M

I will have a few pieces in the Silent Obtain show at Synthetic M gallery. Please come by this Saturday from 7pm-11pm. Synthetica's web site is the following: http://www.synthetica-m.com/

Friday, February 11, 2011

Sketch for Uturn

U·turn Art Space will be hosting a fundraiser. I have submitted this small image for a print catalog. I invite you to attend. It is a great group of young people working hard to make this creative art space available to the public.

March 5th—26th, 2011

Opening reception: Saturday, March 5th, 7:00 – 10:00 pm

Cincinnati, OH—U·turn Art Space is pleased to announce People Who Make Us Smile, a group exhibition featuring Meg Duguid, Charley Friedman, Russell Ihrig, Jonathan Juravich, Cary Leibowitz and a collaborative project by Loraine Wible and Chris Reeves. Through sound pieces, sculpture, photography, video, installation, screen printing and a collaborative project designed especially for and executed by U·turn, these artists present works that are quirky, upbeat and dryly self-deprecating. Certainly contemporary uses of humor in Art have its origins in the history of Pop Art, but these artists use punch lines and visual comedic timing in a direct way that critically asks, What is funny? Is that funny? and much more broadly, How can humor be used effectively in an art gallery to touch upon subjects without frivolity? Often, the answers these artists come up with relate to the iconography of celebrities, shared pop cultural knowledge and eager (or else effacing) means of addressing the viewer directly. People Who Make Us Smile is an exercise in admiration, a blame game that reveals why we see the world the way we do. As a gallery, these are the artists who make us smile. But the artists themselves defer to another cast of characters: family relatives, Liza Minnelli, Bart Simpson and Gandhi are but a few of the depicted, with whom we share our glee.

U·turn Art Space   2159 Central Avenue  Cincinnati, OH 45214  e: u.turn.artspace@gmail.com