LAST MODIFIED 12/30/13
I am pretty well recovered from the lathe accident I had last fall, though it has left me with limited vision in my left eye. For details about the accident and my recovery, please read my blog (under the “Accident & recovery” category; the saga begins with the post dated September 28, 2012).
My shows are over until at least February; I will post here as soon as I have any details.
Pop Up 2, held December 7 in downtown Tucson was successful enough that there is talk of doing it twice a year. This one-day curated show featured twenty-some artists as part of an effort to help revitalize the downtown/Fourth Avenue area.
For those who have been wondering, we have decided not to reopen Flux Gallery. Flux Gallery was a collective effort with fellow artists Peter Eisner, Lee Roy Beach, Sheryl Holland, and Dragana Skrepnik, located in Tucson at Plaza Palomino.
Between shows, check out my blog and my Google Profile or visit with me on Facebook. You don’t have to be a member to view my public Facebook page. If you are a member, become a fan! (Be forewarned, though: I’m at best a sporadic updater, so please be patient.)
Click here to see a slide show of selected work.
You can find a list and photos of my work for sale here. Until I rebuild my inventory, I do not have work out at any galleries.
Feel free to contact me at any time to arrange for a private showing of work, at my studio or in your home.
I can also share my work long-distance, via webcam. All you need is a relatively fast Internet connection and an instant messaging service such as Skype or Windows Live Messenger. You do not need a webcam yourself. Email me and we’ll set up a session!
If you belong to a group that would enjoy a visit to my studio for a deeper understanding of my work, please contact me to set up a date.