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June 6, 2016

Sculptor Larry Whitely and I paired up for an exhibition of work descriptive of our shared muse - the natural world.

Opening March 23rd, and continuing through May, the show featured Whiteley's large piece entitled "Storm," a stainless tree blowing
with the wind's forc...

March 8, 2016

Here I am in front of my donated piece for the charity Dwell With Dignity, a wonderful organization that brings designers together to create a thrift store and art auction. The proceeds help support the efforts of designers to create spaces for underprivileged families...

March 8, 2016

When I start blue horses, I cut a roll of 300 pound Arches French hand pressed paper into 6 foot lengths. I lay it on my studio floor and thickly brush on gesso on each panel. The next day I mount them on the wall and begin to find photographs from my library of books...

September 4, 2015


About the Head 2 Head show process....


This collaborative adventure began several years ago as a notion springing from a series of smaller works done by the artists. Using large Coventry rag paper primed with gesso, Auberty and Alexander first sketched in charcoal fro...

September 3, 2015


Creating a back drop for the fifth time for the Flamenco Festival, this time I decided on an abstract landscape reminiscent of the Spanish countryside.  Aided by Chuck Alexander, I used ochres and reds to emphasize flamenco colors and bring out the red in dancer Delil...

April 27, 2015

The annual Dwell With Dignity pop-up thrift store had its' auction and preview event Thursday, April 23rd, in the Design District.

Here is my piece - "Cossack" - 60x36 - Acrylic and Charcoal on Gessoed Paper - framed in acrylic plexi.  The vignette was designed by Paul...

March 5, 2015

Friday February 20th was the opening for Six Artists.  Here is my studio space,

transformed into a gallery exhibition.  Larry Whiteley's "Wing of Mercy" is in the 

foreground.  We had over 300 people and several pieces were sold - quite a 

great inaugural event!

March 3, 2015

Spanish flamenco dancer Antonio Arrebolla dances a la Picasso in front of the Perro y Sangre backdrop in New York City.  The play has been nominated for an Ace Award!

January 6, 2015

I like to work several horse paintings at a time.  Using gessoed 300lb. paper (usually Arches)
I draw the figures with charcoal - very much as gestures.  Hoping to keep the movement and
abstract quality of the shapes, I move from one to the next with gallons of latex p...

October 25, 2014

Chuck Alexander and I created this backdrop for the Ochre House Production of Perro Y Sangre presented last October in New York.  Written by Matt Posey, the play featured Antonio Arrebola and Delilah Buitron in a story set in a small village in Spain in the early 20th...

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