I often use cultural, social, and religious images to express my experience of the world; a shared cultural vocabulary with enough ambiguity so viewers can connect with my work thru the lens of their own experience. My work is witty, mundane, provocative, sacred, and profane.
Born in NYC, raised in NJ, I have been a college administrator, stay-at-home dad, bartender/waiter, teacher, carpenter/designer. I live & work as an artist in Hudson, NY.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
“Taboo and Revelation” solo exhibit of my work curated by David Schwing, Robert Bacigalupi and Adam Norbury in Gallery @ 46 Green Street Studios continues through December 2015 after successful ArtsWalk Preview on October 10th and Grand Opening on October 17th.
Gallery @ 46 Green Street Studios is open on Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm – 6 pm, by appointment, announcement or chance. A reception is planned on December 5, 2015 to coincide with Hudson Opera House’s Winter Walk. More details about the reception will be available soon.