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A Walk Through the Art Show and the Armory Show

As an artist I am very interested in the process, and it was very informative to see Miro’s brushes (not the originals but copies), the paints and colors he used and the other objects that were in his studio in Mallorca. Continue reading

Painting Outdoors: The Illusion of the Idyllic

As an art history major at Williams College, I worked closely with Lane Faison (one of the three legendary professors of the Williams Art Mafia) and took courses in the Art History Graduate Program at the Clark Art Institute. Continue reading

My Maine Inspiration: Following in the Footsteps of American Artistic Tradition

Although I grew up in New York and have lived there for many years, I have a summer studio in Maine. Continue reading

NASA Art/50 Years at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: Perspectives from a NASA Artist

I had a call from NASA to be their artist spokesperson for the opening of NASA Art/50 Years at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Continue reading