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Recently Sold Drawings

These are some drawings that have recently sold. Prints of some of the images can be found on my online store

 

Studio Sale – Available Sketches/Studies

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Recently my drawings have evolved into more immediate, luminous watercolors and monotypes as I explore new ways to express the emotions embodied in the Abandoned Series, free from technical and representational constraints. I built a scale-model of the barn and have been manipulating the light and using it as a reference for these new drawings.

I’ve been creating so many watercolors and monotypes using the model barn I built as reference, I’d like to send them off to new homes!

Available Monotype Studies

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Studio Sale – Available Sketches/Studies

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I’ve been creating so many watercolors and monotypes using the model barn I built as reference, I’d like to share them and send them to happy homes!

Monotype Studies

Watercolor Sketches

Available Smaller Drawings in the Abandoned Series

Recent smaller drawings and sketches in the Abandoned Series available for purchase:

Peace: In Progress

Peace (In Progress), ink on paper, 4ft x 6ft

Peace (In Progress), ink on paper, 4ft x 6ft

Ink Sketches:

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I BUILT MY BARN!

I built a detailed, to scale model of my barn. So excited to draw from this model and manipulate the light!

Ink Drawings:

Here are the first light drawings from the model:

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Important: Complete!

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Important, 2015-2016, Ink on paper, 10ft x 8ft

The Making of “Important”:

Sketches:

Progress:

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Greenpoint Open Studios

I was blown away by all the positive feedback I received during Greenpoint Open Studios. The studio was packed from start to finish both days! I barely had time to start my newest drawing, “New Purpose,” but enjoyed the brief moments where I could share my process with the viewers. I even reconnected with visitors who remembered my work from last time in the old studio. “Importance” was a show stopper, as well as “Paths of Memory.” The drawing “Bask” stole the show when it sold on the first day! So glad it’s gone to a great home of another amazing artist. I met the artist Mick Theebs, who asked to take my picture with a statement for his art blog, Also That. (Update: After this, I was September’s featured artist on Also That!)

Greenpoint Open Studios was featured in the NYTimes!:

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Even if you missed it, you can still be a fly on the wall by watching this one-minute time-lapse video of the entire two-day event:

Landscapes at BFP Creative

Landscapes at Temporary Storage Gallery

Landscapes, Seascapes, Skyscapes, Escapes.

As a reminder of what lies just beyond New York City (and hidden within the city itself), BFP Creative is putting together a show of work that depicts the natural world. Let’s celebrate beauty, sentimentality and awe.

Featuring the contemporary landscape works of 60 artists from New York City and beyond.

Using a historically significant genre, these artists are contributing to a larger discussion about important contemporary issues, including sustainability and global climate change.

WORK IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN OUR WEBSTORE

Temporary Storage Gallery
119 Ingraham St., ground floor
Brooklyn, NY 11237