in situ: Darkest Before Dawn

I recently picked up these three drawings after the conclusion of “Darkest Before Dawn” at Ethan Cohen KuBe which was extended through the end of February. Really appreciated the pairing of these pieces with a loose gestural wall drawing that provided some warmth and high energy.

The drive to Beacon was all almost-green, everything on the verge of displaying springtime growth. The red flourishes on the wall below were part of a larger mural in the KuBe, which inhabits an old school building in Beacon, NY.

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winter sketchbook

December 2019 — February 2020

Just posting a few ink and watercolor pages from January this time rather than a spread over the months. This is the only sketchbook from these months I have at home with me at the moment!

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perfect in weakness

Some details from a recently commissioned diptych:

+ a work in progress view on instagram

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Perfect in Weakness, diptych, 36×24″, ink on paper/acrylic on paper, 2019

While working on the painting portion of this piece, I considered the way that small pieces (of the composition, of life) can feel out of place or broken, especially when observed from a place that is close-up and contained. With a more spacious point of view, there can be a perfection in observing the way things fit together that wasn’t previously apparent.

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