"I was never one of those people who had to have a perfect situation to paint in. I can make art anywhere, anytime — it doesn’t matter. I mean, I know so many artists for whom having the perfect space is somehow essential. They spend years designing, building, outfitting the perfect space, and then when it is just about time to get to work they’ll sell that place and build another one. It seems more often than not a way to keep from having to work. But I could paint anywhere. I made big paintings in the tiniest bedrooms, garages, you name it. you know, once I have my back to the room, I could be anywhere."
YIPPEE~! Just received word that my work will be included in this exhibition for Tetra Projects and the Friends of Shinagawa!!!
The show, focused on printmaking with a theme of "peace through friendship", will feature prints by artists from Maine and will be exhibited in Portland in February, and will possibly travel to Japan for exhibition in April. I submitted these four images. Peace Offering ll was
Who am I?
an artist first and foremost
Live with Art!