here is one of a continuing series..note that I turn the painting upside down to work on a a similar images but pulling theimage out of the process leaving some residue of the intention and previous sessions..
My upcoming solo show is featured on the Monmouth Journal. Click here to view.
I will be showing my recent prints and panels at the Second Story Gallery in Atlantic Highlands, NJ from February 21st through March 21st. Here’s the link to my page. Opening reception on February 21st starting at 6PM.
Sketchbooks…Whenever I start a body of work I usually start with a sketchbook. I like NY Central’s converntry vellum the best.
“After not painting for nearly a decade, my classes with Greg have allowed me to tap into talents that I thought were lost, and encouraged my creative spirit. Greg’s ability to incorporate his vast knowledge of art history in his teaching approach is remarkable and extremely beneficial to his students. He has further piqued my interest in learning about different techniques and I feel my confidence increasing with each class. The one-on-one atmosphere really personalizes the experience and I can’t imagine any other setting being as effective.”
Isabelle, New York
In this somewhat older series, I used the figure as a starting point. I was interested in broad areas of color. Also, in different spaces — the naturalistic cloud background against a mosaic of colors on the right. I wanted to create a complicated, interesting surface.