Newvember show at Ecce Gallery in Fargo

Hello Ecce Gallery!

For the first time in a very long time, I have several pieces for sale in a gallery, specifically Ecce Gallery in Fargo.  Mark Weiler, owner of the gallery, spent hours pouring over my recent and some of my earlier work and came up with two pieces that he thought would compliment the “Newvember” show at the gallery.  The opening was a roaring success, and I’m happy to be included alongside some great pieces at Ecce.

Off to Chianciano


Just sent a recent watercolor, pen, and ink work to the Biennale in Chianciano, Italy.  Accustomed to scale, this must be one of the smaller pieces I’ve ever put on exhibition, even though I have many of them.  The logistics of moving an 8 X 6 foot work through Italian customs, I think, will be too challenging.


Hangout, watercolor, pen, and ink on paper, 8.5×11 inches.  2015

Pleased and Honored to be at the Plains

Happened to be in the museum yesterday and visited the 1st floor gallery and I’m extremely humbled and honored to be one of the artists featured in the “40 Greatests Hits: Celebrating the Museum’s Permanent Collection.”  Ironically, I was in the gallery examining sculpture with the sculpture class.  This is a 4 component painting, called “Quartet in Lime” and meant to be viewed as a single piece.  There’s truly some fabulous art in this gallery; I feel truly humbled to be included.Sculpture Class at the Plains with Quartet In Lime Background

July 14th 2015 at the Plains Art Museum, Fargo North Dakota

July 14th 2015 at the Plains Art Museum, Fargo North Dakota

Monoprint travels to Paris Carrousel du Louvre

Pleased to see one of my monotypes on display in Paris at the 2015 Effeto Arte exhibition at the Paris Caroussel du Louvre.  It’s one of my older (April 2000) yet favorite pieces that I made at my print studio in the Black Building in downtown Fargo.  Mine is green with a frame.

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London Biennale 2015


London Biennale 2015

Proud to be among such great work at the London Biennale 2015

Visited my piece last evening – had a great time – speaking with other artists and viewing other artworks.  I’m particularly happy with the frame that the Gagliardi put on my piece.  I had delivered it without a frame, and frankly wasn’t sure if it needed or should have one.  The black frame in wood complements the painting nicely, and I may have to reconsider framing others!