The latest news is one that I can’t make totally public — a well-respected NYC architect invited me to hang six small and one large painting in her office in midtown. The paintings will be on loan for about six months.  It is an exciting opportunity to have my work potentially seen by high end residential and commercial clients, but it is not “open to the public”. I let the architect select which paintings she’d like. I was most surprised that she chose these three interiors:

corner of the studio

Corner of the Studio

 

vermont condo dining area

Vermont Condo

warm glow in living room

Warm Glow in Living Room

And not so surprised about these three cityscapes:

ginger's bar

Ginger’s Bar

abc construction co.

ABC Construction Co.

Purple and Blue Awnings on Smith Street

Purple and Blue Awnings on Smith Street

And, I was most pleased that she chose this large unusual composition that I started while at the Vermont Studio Center (a month-long artist residency). I reworked it a few years later in my own Brooklyn studio to “correct” the light (thanks to looking at some Hopper interiors!).

Studio in Vermont

Studio in Vermont

Cross your fingers that someone will be interested in taking a piece home with them (after paying, of course!).

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