h.55 x w.86 x dp.5 Inches
(Price on request)
especially for the Selectively Seeking Silver, STAC's 25th Anniversary
nine part painting cuts three ways. The first set of three pieces is
minimalist white on white with black lines. These lines define the bare
essence of all my work to date. Think of this set of three as the DNA
structure from which the painting develops
The second set of three pieces -- the same in
design and structure -- has vibrant colors for an in depth feel. The
painting now has more physical mass.
And the third set is mostly silver. The silver
tones tie up to the first set because now you have gray color scale
and limited use of color, but again the same structure.
So there is a closed circle among the three parts.
In the center is all the color. Off on the sides are the naked structure
on one side and the silver tone rendering on the other. Both Smithtown
and I are in the mature stage of our work. Therefore my piece is titled
Silver Anniversary. It is an honor to share in Smithtown Arts' Silver
elucidates the elemental aspects of this nine part piece. As with all
of the natural world, stasis is merely illusory.
Provenance: New York, NY, 1997
2002 Art Studio, 19 Henry Street, Kingston NY
4 WEST, Art Gallery, 4 Round House Road, Piermont, NY, 10968,
Title of the Exhibition: Thoughts of Progress. Exhibition is on
view from August 24th through September 2nd
GALLERY, 106 Spring Street, #6S, New York, NY, Title of the Exhibition:
Crystallized Dreams. Exhibition opened on May 3rd through June
1998 The Chrysler
Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia, The 34th Irene Leache Memorial
Exhibition, CURATOR, Carolina Ponce De Leon
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, 62nd Annual
National Midyear Exhibition.
Springs Art Council, Steamboat Springs, CO, Summer Works Fine
Arts Show. (Best in Show)
Township Arts Council, St. James, NY Selectively Seeking Silver,