Category Archives: portrait

Solo Exhibition in May

This May, I’ll be exhibiting a large group of portraits at Ignition Gallery in Vashon, WA. This will be the largest exhibition of these works to date, most of which have not been shown before.           … Continue reading

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Gage Benefit Gala

I’ve got a portrait in the silent auction at Gage Academy of Art’s Collector’s Gala tonight. Lots of beautiful artwork is up for bid, and all sales benefit Gage’s programs. Gage is an outstanding organization that is serious about supporting … Continue reading

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Don’t Stand So Close (to me.)

I’ll have four paintings in a group show this December at Pratt Gallery in Seattle. The show Don’t Stand So Close, features four of Pratt’s teaching artists paired with their students. My work will share a wall with  my drawing … Continue reading

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Portraits Gallery Updated

There’s more of these portraits than seems reasonable right now- piling up in racks, leaning against furniture, and rarely seeing the light of day. I’ve put a few more of them on display in the portraits gallery. Here’s a few … Continue reading

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We take up the task eternal, and the burden and the lesson.

This spring is about teaching. I’m currently teaching Art History I, II, III, and Contemporary Art and Design at The Art Institute of Seattle- devoting lots of time to writing lectures and course material. I’m also teaching Portrait Painting at … Continue reading

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Travels with Carlos

As spring creeps across the cold, muddy surface of America, three artists go forth to know this land better. (Also, we go to move a van-full of tools and instruments to New York) James Lobb, Carlos Esparza and I will … Continue reading

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Lullabies for Falling Empires

My dear friend Richard Webb has briefly returned to Seattle and will be playing a show this Sunday night, March 6th at Cafe Arabica. He’s gathered a small incarnation of his ensemble, Lullabies for Falling Empires for this one-night show. … Continue reading

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Louisiana Purchase Show

Next week, Louisiana Tech University’s juried biennial opens. I’m honored to be one of about 30 artists selected to be a part of this exhibition. I’ll have two portraits up. If you’re in the Deep South this spring, go see … Continue reading

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