Archives for April 2016

The Twelve O’Clock – A Case for Representational Painting in the 21st Century

Painting, brushing oil paint onto canvas, is my profession and my passion. I spend my life creating paintings and displaying them in shows where patrons and artists alike pace in variable rhythms. My paintings are what the art world calls ... Read More...

Authenticity Driven by Curiosity

It was one of those last minute events, one you had no idea was coming and no clue what you were about to experience. As I’ve found often throughout my life, one thing leads to another and many times to the unknown. I received an email on ... Read More...

It Was My Understanding There Would Be No Math…

When I was in high school, I excelled at certain subjects except anything pertaining to math or numbers. To me, algebra class was a time for inner reflection (staring out the window for the duration of the class was very helpful in this ... Read More...

Drawing Anatomy in the Old Master Tradition

For many years I have been inspired by the dynamic and masterful draughtsmanship of the Old Masters. Artists such as Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael have influenced the techniques of many artists, as their drawings have touched a very ... Read More...