December 24, 2018
It is the holiday break from my day job, so I am off to the races in my painting studio! Here are a few of the works being completed during the break. It is hard when the days of my vacation just fly by, but I am fully enjoying being able to focus on just being an artist. The paintings below are part of my Glass Series, No one lives here.
And then some pieces on upcycled cardboard. It is a great time of year to take the opportunity to utilize the free materials being sent my way. The odd shapes and strangeness of the different materials takes me in new directions. Kinda mystical...
December 12, 2018
I just returned from Art Basel, Miami and I am still in awe at the amount of art I was able to view and all the gallery owners I was able to meet. Below are some of the highlights from fairs attended. Wynwood wins hands down for great art viewing on the streets. The Rubell Family Collection is always a must visit.
JKS Event - SoBe
Soiree at Nautilus, Miami
October 18, 2018
October 13, 2018
This series is based on my love of abstraction and the need to express my own reality. I am often mesmerized by the angles and protrusions that have become part of modern architectural design. For over forty years I have been an inhabitant of NYC. I never tire of the views I happen upon during my many lunch time walks. The ever evolving landscape keeps my eyes staring upward, like a seasoned tourist, I am constantly drawn to something new. Huge windows allowing the observer to be the voyeur. As if life is only relevant if it can be seen.
The mystery of glass, the transparency of lives, perhaps the next step beyond social media.
Artists at the unveiling.
August 05, 2018
June 05, 2018
Encounters, Sing for Hope Pianos
In this project one hopes to have numerous encounters. People coming together over their love for music and playful nature. Hopefully it will unite people in a safe and joyful experience.
Callie is a MTA Art & Design for transit commission recipient, her work is on permanent display at 105 Beach Station in the Rockaways. Her love for nature and her respect for our planet are strongly felt in all her work.
It was such a wonderful experience to join the 49 other artists and spend three months creating together. I thank all the volunteers who assisted the artists, piano tuners and who participated in the piano parade on June 4th. Great work! Such a positive experience in a time of great need for music and art in our public schools. Art for all, to create and enjoy.