One of a series of assemblages depicting the Exodus story. 12″ x 12″ mixed media on paper and mounted on canvas.
Visit Barnstable High School beginning on April 24th to see work like “Dune Light” (shown above) a 9″ x 12″ oil on canvas and paper collage. Large and small works about landscape in a more contemporary style will be featured along with assemblage and monotype prints on a variety of topics.
You can catch my work in three exhibitions. The first, at Cove Gallery in Chatham, opened on February 5 and runs thru March 24, 2013, features one of my “Blue Box” series paintings in a Cape Cod & lslands Art Educators Group Show. The second, at the Salt Pond Visitors Center of the National Seashore […]
I have updated my “Artist’s Statement” to include the following excerpt from Lord Byron‘s poem, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. I believe it to be the perfect expression of what I am trying to “say” visually with my art. “There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, […]
This is a new painting, 18″ x 36″ Oil on Canvas entitled “Blue Box” that draws its inspiration from the fly traps set out in the marshes. This 18″x 36″ Oil on Canvas is called “heat”.
Okay. Promised this awhile ago, so here goes. As the Fall opera season heats up, I can’t help but join the chorus of opera lovers distraught over the pool of directors being convinced by well-meaning, but misguided managers who believe that their “innovative” and “contemporary” takes on classical opera are the only way to “save” […]
Well, since I’ve been so busy with meetings and another school year opening, I thought I’d post another painting from my summer show. I’m busy with four paintings in the studio, but none are ready to be revealed! I am very happy with this work and this painting. I am fascinated by the line […]
My latest show is coming down today. Thanks to all who visited and left encouraging comments! Happy to have sold a few pieces in a down economy. Follow the evolution of my work right here as I will continue to post new images.
Reblogged from John Macormac Art: This piece has a highly reworked textured surface. John Macormac is making some inspiring art!
For painter and educator, Daniel Springer, this latest solo show of his paintings, prints and mixed media assemblage represents decades of work all exploring two common thematic ideas: solitude & solace. On exhibit from July 1 thru July 31, 2012 at the Brewster Ladies Library, the show includes work that ranges from observational to abstract […]