I recently found an old picture that I took from Corona Park in NYC. You know the one, where the old World’s Fair used to be? Yes, that one with the big metal globe sculpture of the world and the parachute drop pads. Upon finding the image, and it was a really... My mural for the Welling Court Mural Project 2018 has been completed! Time goes by too fast! Here is my process in a series of steps over the 2.5 days of super fun painting. Step 1 – Yup, everyone has to buff the previous year’s mural. In a lot of cases,... Got a nice jump on my new mural for the 2018 Welling Court Mural Project yesterday. I said goodbye to the old piece as I buffed it. My process has no sketch or plan. I work from impulses, feelings and the spontaneity of the moment. The lines seem to know what to do. I... No matter how you cut it, mark making and lines communicate. Two new dry erase board drawings completed in May of 2018. Both drawings were done in less than 10 minutes. No thinking, no pondering, just allowing the lines to flow and go where they please. The body is... Non-Judgement Creative Immediacy It was one of those “summer days” in February here in NYC yesterday when an impulse hit me. I wanted to makes and move lines. I wanted to bring a few characters to life in my sketchbook. I wanted feel the feeling of... “Es El Oh Dubbayou” November 2017 – Recycled Cardboard Arrangement Relief A new addition to the ongoing series of Abstract Letter Forms, S L O W – translates to “es el oh dubbayou” if you spell the individual letters. Check out more... Front Side, Back Side, Letter-Forms, 2017 – A flow of fluid planes carved from balsa foam. The piece has not been painted at this point. I plan to do some observational drawing from the forms before they are painted. This piece joins the ongoing series of... On the run, making drawings on 10/18 in twenty seventeen. Some are temporary, some are buffed, some are left site on scene for the spatially aware. I hope you like... ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery Powered By: WP Frank The Growing Abstract Letter-Form Wall Relief Series :: May 2017 :: I felt it was time to start batch organizing this series of relief sculpture works than began over 10 years ago. Simply put, the... Letter Forms “Relief Communications in Ephemera” Abstracted, fractured letters. April 2017 – Recycled Cardboard arranged on the wall.