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The issues this author talks about in his article are issues that I struggle with, as a formally trained artist and now, the inheritor of my father’s estate full of his abstract paintings, every day. Holland Cotter talks about current art trends, big money, and values. Read the full article here.
I’m in the process of updating some of the page info on here. Be sure and check out the new section on “photography.”
The above piece is not new, but it’s received a new context by my decision to enter it into the Dreams show, this coming month at Launchpad Gallery.
I felt it matched the show theme as the portrait depicts a young man I had originally dreamed about, but had not met, in a location I had never been to (England). Later that year, I did go to that place and I met him. The interaction that followed resulted in this piece. (And yes, he really did have that amazing hair!)
If you get a chance to come out to the opening, please do as the piece is in a spiffy new frame and looks awesome in person. The Web cannot do it justice.
“Dreams” opening night, First Friday, October 3, 6:00pm-???
534 SE Oak, Portland, OR
I’ll be there earlier, from maybe 6-7pm. After that I am heading to Conflux. You’re welcome to tag along.