Selected pieces are now available in high quality digital prints in any size up to 2x the original dimensions and can be sent anywhere in the world! Please contact the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 267-975-6253 if you wish to order or make any other inquiries.
September 29, 2019 11:00 am
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia’s Garden District, is having its 34th annual Fall for the Arts Festival on Sunday, September 29th. Staged along cobblestoned Germantown Avenue with a
backdrop of turn-of-the-century buildings, I will be among 150 fine artists and craftspeople selling artwork.
There will be other activities include live music; art-related activities for children; “A Taste of Chestnut Hill” featuring foods from more than a dozen local restaurants; and multiple art and entertainment venues.
This is my first time participating in this event and I hope you will be able to join me!
September 9, 2019 1:46 pm
Emphasizing the importance of Flavor and Flexibility, The Tasting Room, 8 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003, features a seasonal, all from scratch, New American fare menu, with taste, entrée, and family-sized portions available for eat-in, takeout, or delivery. 10 of my small to medium size oil paintings of food related items such as donuts and espresso cups, will be adorning their walls now through October. Check out this small gem providing locals a chance to partake in tastes of high quality, locally sourced, artisan eats and original art.
October 13, 2019 12:00 pm
Please come and celebrate with me the opening of my new studio in the historic Crane Old School building at 1417 N2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19122 on Sunday, Oct 13, from noon to 6. Along with several other artists in the building, I will be participating in Philadelphia's 20th annual Open Studio Tour. Come on by to studio #27 and get a behind-the-scenes look at my creative workspace. I will be serving light refreshments, and there is street parking. Hope to see you there!
An article I wrote for the Villa Rossa Voice, Syracuse University's newsletter in Florence. Read about how my experience studying art history and painting in Italy in 1998 changed my life.
Go to page 13 of the Fall-Spring 2017 issue.