Tim Noonan’s exhibition is on at Yumart until the 27th. You can see a preview online. Tasty paintings, exuberant and playful. Here’s Tim with one of his smaller works. We’ve been friends with Tim for many years, going back to York University in the early… Read More
It’s difficult to convey the scope of the Storm King Art Center. There is simply so much there and from different areas of the grounds you see the sculpures in different ways in relation to the landscape around them. I snapped quite a few pictures… Read More
I visited Dia:Beacon in the Hudson Valley today, just a few miles away from Storm King, which I visited yesterday. Dia has been in this huge old Nabisco factory building since 2003. I loved seeing the huge collection of John Chamberlain’s work. Louise Lawler had… Read More
I spent yesterday wandering through Storm King, a 500 acre sculpture park in the Hudson Valley, boasting one of the best collections of outdoor scuptures anywhere. It includes a spectacular collection of Mark Di Suvero’s massive steel constructions (one of them is pictured here), and… Read More
I started a group of backyard paintings (or is this a drawing made with paint?) on paper today. This one is August 20, 2018. This is acrylic on acid-free drawing paper, which I bought in a 60″ roll. I used a round brush taped to… Read More
Sheila did some ink drawing in the garden the other day, using some odd-shaped pieces of paper and plants for brushes. Using this method, inspired by the gardens around her, she made a number of remarkably delicate and beautiful ink drawings.
Over the years I’ve made several paintings called The Source, including a small group of tondos I made a few years ago. It’s a theme which has captured my imagination since, as a high school student, I first saw a photo of Courbet’s famous painting… Read More
I posted a photo of this painting back in December, but I just added it to my “Paintings” page, with an improved photo, so I thought I’d feature it again here. This painting goes back to the early 90s. It’s acrylic on canvas and I… Read More
Those readers who have been to our garden (or who tune in here regularly) know we have some unusual structures out back, which we call Imagination Stations. I spent much of this morning out there with a block of paper and a big box of… Read More
This small painting (about the size of a large dinner plate) was intended for my last solo show but was not exhibited. It’s acrylic on masonite and it floats off the wall a little bit. I’ll let this one speak for itself.