Posts categorized: Art

I finally had a chance to scan a few of my sketchesfrom our time in Mexico…Since we were on the move quite often, I found it tricky to really “set up shop” in one location to paint on a larger scale. However a small tray of watercolors, pens, and pencils did the trick. Now that we are back in NYC...

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It really does…I am already nearing the end of my first semester in graduate school and lately everything has been very surreal to say the least. My internship is becoming more intense by the day, and with the end of the semester we are all juggling multiple papers and projects in the midst of Thanksgiving and the other upcoming holidays....

November 20, 2008

An altered book is a book (can be found, bought used, or new) that is taken and transformed through any myriad of processes, including but not limited to: painting, cutting, collaging, stitching, gluing, or adding 3-d objects to it. The idea is to use the beginning book as a springboard for creating a completely new and personal piece. The pre-existing...

November 4, 2008

In exploring the creative process in my life, and then in a therapeutic relationship, I realized that the two processes truly mirrored one another. I began by tracing my own experiences with art materials from a young age and through different stages such as high school, undergraduate art school, after college, and in my current stage of life. I then...

October 19, 2008

I’ve updated my art site with a few more paintings, as well as my newest mural…a mural on canvas created for one of my past young art students. Check out the new additions in the mural section and the abstract and earth windows galleries!

September 14, 2008

  Just a quick follow-up note on my painting in Ins & Outs Magazine….the issue with my painting titled “Traces of White” is now out and about – and can be found throughout Long Island City & Astoria Queens as well as in Manhattan at selected restaurants and galleries. The focus of this particular issue (it’s a quarterly magazine) is...

September 2, 2008

I often come across quotes by different artists that inspire me in my own work. I thought it would be nice to share a different one every once in a while! “From around the age of six, I had the habit of sketching from life. I became an artist, and from fifty on began producing works that won some reputation,...

May 20, 2008