Wash.,DC, Kings Ct. Studio 1990

My friend Giorgio Furioso & I started renovating this studio in about 1987 and finished about 1989. Gary Honig was our business guy on the project.  The building was previously a lumber yard and a printing company.  Gary had to get about 10 huge presses removed from the building – each being the size of […]

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“Zero” 1972

Merton Boyd Gallery, Columbus, OH. Wood and plywood replica of vintage Japanese ‘Zero’ airplane painted pink and yellow. Construction team included Bill Roseberry, Denny McCoy, Rick Sadlier and Roy Palmer. The flag  was a pink and yellow Japanese flag. I pretended I couldn’t speak English for a TV interview. I was wearing aviation goggles and […]

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Installation: Balkin Fine Arts, Chicago IL 1982.

Left to right: “After Matisse Bathers By A River”, “Blue, Pink, White”. This show was near the end of my pattern painting.  The large painting derives from the Matisse Bathers by A River in The Chicago Art Institute.  Merging toward this less formal kind of composition allowed me to slip quietly out of my roots […]

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Installation: Bernice Steinbaum Gallery 1991

Left to right: “Cage With Stick” byobu screen 72″ x 144″, “Giotto Revisited” 72″ x 84″. Bernice Steinbaum Gallery (later Steinbaum/ Kraus Gallery was my first solo in NY.  It was a classic cast iron loft building on Greene Street in Soho.  This show included about six of my large paintings (and one screen) with […]

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Installation: “Red, Yellow and Black : Requiem for Roy Palmer” 1972

Acrylic on canvas. 96″ x 288″. @ Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio. I’ve change the title of this painting to “Red Black & Yellow: Requiem for Roy Palmer” who happens to be standing here in this picture.  Both Bill Roseberry (my Blog Master) and I loved Roy dearly.  Standing to the left of Roy is […]

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