January 19, 2020

Mikal Zakin Gallery

'Visual Thinking'

1/6/20  - 2/6/20

Thanks to everyone who came to our opening reception. Had a great night amongst some Inpired drawing practices from polished photorealism to stop motion animation..check it out. 

Exhibition on view until 2/6/20

January 19, 2020

A podcast interview by Amy Costello. Informed, humorous and simply brilliant. Enamored by the digitized story of human experience, art, passion and a carbon-based life. And how technology augments our lives in poignant ways.

March 7, 2019

More Than A Feeling

February 22 – March 19, 2019

Opening reception and panel talk on Friday 2/22/19 was one of those wonderful times where a sense of congress flows through the space and energizes all present. Ultimate thanks to the brilliant @darren_francis_mcmanus for...

July 10, 2018

There is an interesting dynamic that occurs when an artist organizes an exhibition. The process often clarifies the role of visual practice as commentary on contemporary culture.  There are bursts of energy, new chapters and potential projects that bubble up to the sur...

May 31, 2018

After dreaming about, interacting and consuming the world, its symbols, elements and matter, I make paintings to tell the story of the passage of time from my particular perspective.  It makes for a credible, though somewhat edited milestone.  Additionally, I am hyper-...

June 28, 2017

There are places that have made such significant impact on me that I am compelled to make art about them in order to make them special.  The reasons for that particular inspiration are numerous and multifaceted.  In all of the active projects that are percolating, none...

April 13, 2017

Flashback to the opening day of our exhibition at the began with discussions of our art practice and ended with a wonderful feeling of knowing that all of the hours involved in the art making process, made total sense.

Communicating the creative life can often be daunti...

April 4, 2017

The Desert is an immense space.  The dusty tang of sagebrush and mesquite lit the fuse of some ancient memory of people crossing the parched landscape en-route to more fertile areas.  We happened to be there at an optimum time after winter rains had resulted in a bloss...

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