Saturday, September 15, 2007
If you are in NYC Thurs. Sept 20th I hope you can make it to my closing that night (info below). There should be a lot of wonderful friends, great art directors, collectors, artists and some family there to share in the art : food : spirits. Thanks for all of your support!
•Robert Berman Gallery + Murphy Art Books present “Green” Artist Exhibition : Opening November 17th, 2007 7pm-10pm : Exhibition continues through Dec. 20th : Robert Berman Gallery : Bergamot Station Arts Center
2525 Michigan Ave. C2 Santa Monica, CA : 90404 : 310.315.1937
•Know Exhibition and Art Books : Art Now Fair : Art Basel Miami : Murphy Art Books : December 6-9, 2007 : 10am-8pm : Claremont Hotel : 1700 Collins Ave. (17th St.), Miami Beach, FL
•New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT : Solo Exhibition February 8 through April 27, 2008
•The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH : Solo Exhibition
September 14 through October 26, 2008
It is going to be another big year of shows. After the NY show this September I plan to hole in to the studio and get a lot of new work done for The Butler show especially.
Saturday, September 8, 2007
This summer I ventured around the east coast with my youngest daughter Ana after spending a week at a family reunion near Bath, Maine. My whole family are talented artists so we had a gallery show of all our works from the vacation. My parents and six of my siblings made it to the reunion. My daughter Ana and I continued our travels afterwards traveling across Mass. to N. Adams where our first stop was Mass MOCA. If you have not been there yet, put it on your list of art museums to visit. All of the exhibits are curated and contemporary...13 acres of museum. We ventured down to Stockbridge, caught a Shakespere Play in the Berkshires, Norman Rockwell Museum and then made our way to the Catskills to visit friend and incredible artist, Laura Levine, where she can be found at The Mystery Spot most weekends. We stayed at Kate's Lazy Meadows, owned and operated by Kate Pierson from the B-52's, slept in an airstream trailor down by the river. The trailer was a bit cramped, but really appreciated the beautiful design of an Airstream, which is a bit like imagining what it would be like to live in a doll house or doll trailer.