They Paved the Beach with Asphalt?

  I’m almost finished with this triptych (three separate panels) of a salt marsh in Southampton. The wide view is glorious, and delicate, so alive and vibrant. Notice how my abstracted piece “Floating World” relates to the landscape in color and the...

How to Find Your Way

  My abstract paintings generate thoughts that can’t quite be expressed in a traditional painting. We are bewildered in the face of the new world we now live in and that calls for new perspective. We have to think differently. We have to learn how to function...

My Painting Was Stolen!

We were all still wearing heavy winter coats and it was Thursday, the day that Dan’s papers is distributed in stacks and bundles to every outlet in the Hamptons. I was having a show of my paintings at a small jewelry store on Main Street, Southampton. My...

Which side are you on, Team Art or Team TV?

It was late on a rainy Sunday morning when the TV was blaring.  The sound was ruining my cozy feeling of being warm and comfortable while I drank a hot cup of coffee. I just wanted to hear the rain blasting against the window with me safe inside. Do you have a TV in...

Painting Like the Tides

The waves come in, the waves go out. I paint it in, I repaint it out. Often people have asked me, “how long did it take to paint that picture?”. I never know the answer. I know approximately how long the painting was on my easel, but determining when a...

“Quartz Wave” Reflections

Here at the ocean it can feel balmy on a gray day. Cloud cover usually warms things up. I can smell that salty scent floating in the air and it sends memories of days that feel just like this one flooding into my head. My mind travels back in time. I could be looking...
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