If you'd like to see several different artists' take on the male (for a change!) model as a subject here is a great one.
I'm very happy to have my drawing in this excellent collection of artwork! Great article in Huffington Post by Daniel Maidman http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-maidman/the-male-muse_b_14478132.html
Thank you, Daniel and thanks Didi for curating!
If you’d like to order the issue, it's available in PDF and print at:
Portrait #18. This is the drawing that is featured in the "Poets and Artists" magazine's "The Male Muse" February issue.
Very honored to be in a great company of many wonderful artists!
That's pretty cool! My graphite drawing The Lake has been awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2016 Artist’s Magazine All-Media Online Competition.
Same drawing. Different Competition.
More great news!
My drawing Portrait #14 has been selected as the second-place winner in this year’s Shades of Gray Competition.
I am very happy to learn that my drawing won second place in this year's competition and I'm honored to be selected as one of the winners in Shades of Gray contest, where so many great artists and their work have been recognized before me.
Portrait #14 is one of my favorite works, a piece that marks a special moment when I felt like I found a direction that I wanted to whole-heartedly follow and explore. I'm still on this endeavor!
The list of winners will be soon on artistsnetwork.com and my drawing will be featured in the spring 2017 issue of Drawing, which comes out next April.
This is exciting! One of my drawings has been selected for publication in North Light Books' Strokes of Genius 9!
You can visit the link below to see the winners' announcement on ArtistsNetwork.com and to view other selected works.
I had a wonderful time painting in the Poe Museum's garden a couple weeks ago, and three of my oil sketches are now in the Edgar Allan Poe's Museum exhibit benefiting the museum. All the artwork (that got approved by the museum's curator - Pluto The Black Cat) will be on a view till July 24th. Come for a visit - the museum is a beautiful place located in the oldest original building in Richmond, Virginia!
We had a wonderful night: great turnout, beautiful art, wonderful conversations with artists and people who love art!
The show runs through June 17, 2016, so there is still time to catch it!
Gallery hours: Wed-Sat 11 to 5pm or by appointment
Eric Schindler Gallery
2305 East Broad St
Framing 13 paintings and 10 drawings for the show:
The invitation cards for a two-person show I'm in are ready and looking great! If you are in or around Richmond, Virginia - I would love for you to come and see my work at Eric Schindler Gallery located in the beautiful historic Church Hill. The opening reception is May 20, and the show runs for about a month. Everyone's invited!
View from the Church Hill overlook near Eric Schindler Gallery