Category: Commentary

My soapbox for different things that are going on around the art world and right here on the easel.

It’s all about the process

  I love talking to artists about the motivations behind the work that they do. It is an incredible window into who they are and what is important to them. Hearing these insights however, did not always fill me with

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Growth involves a little pain

  ‘You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of.” What an incredible quote by the ispirationalist Jim Rohn. We have so many

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Good days

Great weekend!! Got my daughter moved back into school and realized again that she has some really great friends around her. I had three paintings hanging in this year’s Downtown Brockton Arts and Music festival. Got to see some amazingly

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Everything finds its place

There are so many incredible ways to get our voice heard these days. As artists, we work hard to make sure that it is the art that speaks the loudest yet it is always great to get the chance to

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Learning to be Lewis and Clark

Yesterday was a fantastic day. I was invited by my good friend and incredible artist Keith Hanson to share a space with him at the 3rd annual Wounded Vet’s Run at Suffolk Downs in Boston. Simply being there was a

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Evolution of the journey.

My hope is that everyone is enjoying the first day of a very happy and healthy 2013. With the New Year, it is fitting that this blog entry is about change. We are creatures of change and adaptation. This is

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New Happenings

There are a lot of great things brewing here around the paint bench so I thought that I’d take a breather for a moment and outline a few of those new things on the horizon for the fall and winter.

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To Air is Human

Over the next few blogs, I hope to answer some of the questions about the tools and materials that have found their way onto my bench as the standard. Hopefully the information from my trial and error will help you

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Funny how things evolve

When I began this blog, it was meant to be the place that I would break down and share the progress of the new paintings. What was quickly found was that the power and reach of facebook easily covered the

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So much going on!

The holidays are descending fast and furious. Way too much to do and already not enough time. Well, things are just that way here as well. The drive of the majority of my work is aimed towards the solo show

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