Category Archives: printmaking

Hot Off the Press

16 New Monotypes. These will be available at my 900 Santa Fe Drive studio. The studio will be open this evening, Friday July 10 from 5PM until 9PM, tomorrow, Saturday July 11 from 10AM until 3PM, and Friday July 17 from 5PM until 9PM.

Mono2-HeadedDragon MonoAnswerMeInDance MonoBadou MonoCeleste MonoDragonDance MonoHumpty MonoKingFriday MonoLadybird MonoOwl MonoPony MonoPrisoner MonoQueenTuesday MonoStrangeBird MonoWhereDoMyBluebirdMonoAngelOfDeathMonoBirdmanDance

Happy Holidays

From all of me to all of you.


Happy Holidays

xmas2012-2The days are dark and unlovely but I am trying to get into the spirit, making and mailing dozens of cards like the one above.

I will be participating in a Holiday Open House with my fellow Fresh Artists at 900 Santa Fe Drive this Friday December 7 from 6 to 9 PM and Saturday December 8 from 1 to 3 PM. We’ll have some holiday noshes available and this will be the last chance to buy my work at 2012 prices. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and say hi.


Any Christmas not spent in a mental institution is a relatively good Christmas.

Thank you, Aurora Sentinel

and writer Adam Goldstein for the nice write-up of my monotype show at Red Delicious Press. It was a much more generous use of ink than I was expecting. You spelled my name right, and everything after that is icing on the cake.

To those who think I may be squirrelly: You may be right, but press releases are well worth the twenty minutes it takes you. I am no worshipper of Mammon:


But neither do I want to hide whatever feeble light I may possess under a bushel.

The Prayer

Monotype, 22″ x 15″.

This monotype is one of twenty-one brand new monotypes that I’m currently showing at Red Delicious Press. I am grateful to Dave Wyzenbeek, Lisa Kerns, Susan Vaho, and Joe Higgins for the myriad of help they provided that allowed me to put up this show. I don’t think there are many open hours, and I don’t know  how many people will see this show. I don’t really care.


What I do care about – what elates me – is that my son is returning from ThemiddleofnowheregodforsakenNebraska to the greater Denver Metro area this week.

I don’t really know how to pray, but if I did I would think my prayer had been answered. We don’t have any fatted calves in the freezer, but we do have a really nice leg of lamb begging to be stuffed with sun dried tomatoes and spices and put to spin on the rotisserie. My heart swells.


Take off

One of the new monotypes I’ll be showing at Red Delicious Press.

Show opens this Friday, October 12, reception 6 – 8 PM.


New Moon

My show at CORE  New Art Space is wrapped up. Sales were good. I’m grateful.

I have one painting, “Cabatisto” (pictured below) accepted into the juried “Red White & Blue” show that hangs at CORE from now until September 30th.

I need to pack & ship paintings and then- (really looking forward to this) switch gears and get into the groove of making some new  monotypes at the Art Students League of Denver in preparation for a show at Red Delicious Press.

Also, I’ll have a few small works at a double booth with my CORE New Art Space compadres at the 16th Street Mall Festival of the Arts. It is the inaugural year for this art fair. We’ll be at booths # O and #P on Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15 from 11 AM until 7 PM.

20th Anniversary of ASLD’s Summer Art Market

is approaching quickly. It will be happening on June 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday) from 10 AM until 5 PM each day. The Market stretches from 1st to 4th Ave, and from Logan Street to Sherman Street. A good cure for the summertime blues.

I will be sharing booth # 33 with the wonderful Claudia Roulier.

I’ll have paintings like the now finished “Embracing Chaos” available, as well as monotypes.

You can find a list of more than 260 participating artists here.

I Carry Your Heart

Momotype, 14″ x 11″.

Sirena del Mar

Sirena Del Mar, monotype, 11″ x 8″