The photo above is a recent sculpture that I finished entitled: Votive Offering: Dionysus. It is about 30cm tall is made with a variety of materials: bronze, lead, silver, gold… Read more Votive Offering: Dionysus →
For those not able to come see my work at Michael LaConte Gallery in Chicago, it is now available online as well via 1st Dibs. It is a great site dedicated to art collectors. The images shown are currently at the gallery and here. I wrote a blog post about ‘Allegory: Persephone’ that can be found here. To learn more about the above picture The Trickster click here. I wrote a post about the above painting that can be found here.
Above is a recent bust that I have finished titled “Concordia.” It is bronze with copper inlay lips and eyes of alabaster with lead irises. I modeled the bust in… Read more Concordia →
My sculpture Venus Pluvia, shown above, will be participating in the Oak Park Art League’s ‘Skin Deep Figurative Exhibit’ that opens this Friday, January 8th. For more info the link is here.
The opening of my show at the Michael LaConte Gallery was a wonderful event. The show looked great. It will be up at least unitl the end of the month.… Read more Opening at the Michael LaConte Gallery →
I have recently completed a couple of small bronzes. Equos was modeled from my imagination using other equestrian statues as references. Luckily, Florence is full of them. In addition, I… Read more Equos and L’Hiver, A Couple of Recent Bronzes →
Mark your calenders! Friday, September 25th my show at the Michael LaConte Gallery opens. I am really looking forward to this and will explain more in my future posts. A link the opening info can be found here.
I enter my work into competitions quite regularly. The painting shown above has been selected to participate in the second round of judging of the Figurativas ’15 in Barcelona, Spain. The picture is to be sent off this week. My sculpture Venus Pluvia has been selected to participate in the 82nd Annual National Sculpture Society show at Brookgreen Gardens in SC. The show opens in August. In recent history, the painting below passed the first round of judging of the BP awards only to be rejected in the second.