Monthly Archives: May 2013

Illya Kuryakin

Who knows what a self-portrait says about an artist? When I look at this one I think of Illya Kuryakin, the Russian spy in Man From U.N.C.L.E.? Maybe it’s the turtleneck that reminds me of Illya. Or maybe it’s the … Continue reading

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Narcissus

This little happy chick is called Narcissus. Closed in on himself, he is a picture–for his eyes only. He is his own fine feathered friend! We really can’t blame him, if he doesn’t pay us any mind. Look at that … Continue reading

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Huck, the Monster

Chomp, Chomp. It’s a Monster mash. I’m still chewing my way through cardboard. Some monsters just have that devil-may-care, hang-it-all air of boys, and this one is a particular favorite (so hands off, Internet thieves, it’s copyrighted!). I call him … Continue reading

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The Warrior Thumbs His Nose

                        “Thumbing his nose at the enemy, the Warrior bares his teeth, mocking the motley crew that calls itself an army. But he hides behind a mask, under his … Continue reading

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Children of 9/11

I’ve been enjoying experimenting with different materials as grounds for my art. These are on cardboard, a nice democratic medium, low cost, but not low rent, I think. It’s a fine rough material. I must have been thinking of the … Continue reading

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