There's no denying that an exhibit makes me focus on what paintings will be in it, and even though I have many paintings, I've become newly inspired thanks to the theme of In/Sight=On/Site. We'll be showing in the Patrons' Gallery at the Salmagundi Club, which is fairly small, so I've been creating new small, but intense paintings. Along with the colorful, intimate streetscapes, I've become bemused, almost magnetized by the myriad of trucks that are in my studio neighborhood. I'll post some of these soon, but here's a look at my studio with works in progress:
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Who knows how these things work, but much to my surprise, none of my three submissions to the Salmagundi Club's spring auction were accepted. So, that left me pondering whether to put those paintings on EBay for my own auction! In the meantime, I was invited to show a painting in the National Arts Club's annual Roundtable Exhibition, April 6 - 17. That seemed like a wonderful opportunity, indeed more than a consolation prize. They are located at 15 Gramercy Park South, NYC. Hope you'll stop by to see, "Early Evening on Garfield Place", an oil on linen painting, 24"x30".
This is a view from Prospect Park West looking east on Garfield Place. The buildings looked like individual characters jostling to get a chance at the last warming rays of a short winter's day.