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An artistic career demands many decisions that enable one to create before you can even get to the decisions in the creative process. Compelling stuff like, where am I going… Read More

The Right Place and Time

A New York Tale In 1979 I graduated with a BFA from The Cooper Union in New York City and was thrust into an unwelcoming world with a diploma of… Read More

Life Imitates Art

Good fiction starts as late in its protagonist’s life as it could and still do the story justice.  I think I’m approaching that time – the essential challenge, the seminal… Read More

Mythical Notions and Alligators

Mythical Notions and Alligators     I recently returned from a vacation in the mountains of western North Carolina. My in-laws have a house in Swannanoa which is just east… Read More

A Colorful Summer

So far, this summer has been full of new challenges, new places to visit and three successful public art installations. Our journey began the first week of June, when we… Read More

A Petrified Forest

A Petrified Forest   The trunks and branches bare no leaves The trees still made sound The wicked wind from the West huffed and puffed The roots held tight to… Read More

Art Travels

One of the things I love the most about being a public artist is traveling all across the country. You never know what a new project will bring. New places… Read More

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