Echo XXIII

September 23, 2010

It always feels good when I’ve gotten past the halfway point in a painting.  My painting speed definitely picks up when I’m more finished, than not, and increases exponentially until it’s complete.  It’s funny, my paintings used to go so fast, and now it seems that my style and...

The Long and Winding Road Back Home

September 20, 2010

Up to Thursday, September 16th of last week my friend George and I had been working tirelessly on a grant to help rebuild our little non-profit cultural education organization, Frederick l’Ecole des Arts.  George delivered the package to FedEx to be delivered overnight and in their hands on Friday...

Go West!

September 17, 2010

I received some good news yesterday.  A call came in from Melissa Morgan of Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California.  She discussed her interest in representing me at her gallery.  Now, I had been thinking for a long time about representation in California. Los Angeles was an...

DC, Annapolis, and My Kids

September 7, 2010

This past Sunday the weather here in Maryland was simply divine so we headed down to Washington DC early to walk around a bit and enjoy the sights before heading to Siroc on 15th for dinner with friends.  Okay, maybe I should not have worn my black boots for...

La Fête Cultural and New-Nu’s is Better than No-Nu’s

September 4, 2010

Last week I took a trip down to Louisiana for two events, La Fête Cultural in New Orleans and New-Nu’s is Better than No-Nu’s in Lafayette.  Both events were fundraisers, the first for The Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation and the second for the rebuilding of Frederick l’Ecole des Arts (the organization for which...