I am very honored that my drawing was chosen for inclusion and the Leila Gardin Sawyer Award in the 119th Annual Open Juried Exhibition of the historicCatherine Lorillard World Arts Club.The exhibition will be on view at the prestigiousNational Arts Clubat 15 Gramercy Park South in New York City from December 2-19th. Please visit the gallery to view the excellent selection of works of women artists of artists from the United States, Canada and Europe.
The benefit reception will be held on Friday, December 11th from 5:30-8:00 p.m., where a $25 donation benefits the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Honored to be one of 17 participating portrait artists for "Face New York, " benefiting the Bowery Mission in NYC. Opening reception: October 4th at 2:30 PM. As I sketched this hour-long portrait, producer Allie Wilkinsonconducted a very moving interview about the life experiences of this very insightful man. Please visit the website for more information and to contribute: Face New York
"As avid art lovers, it took less than two minutes to decide who this Gallery at Fishs Eddy really belongs to...the unsung
heroes of the art world, artists who have been out in the field year after year, decade after decade - perfecting their craft
and following their internal drive to paint. The Gallery at Fishs Eddy is thrilled to exhibit six New York City, Plein Air Artists - each having their own interpretation of
city or country. The thread they share is a kind of slowly churned mindfulness that places them in the unique genre of
painters who make art with sustaining power, and old school elegance.
Artists: Enid Braun, Leslie Concannon, Robin Kappy, Yuri Ohara, Vincent Pinto, Tony Winters"
The Gallery at Fishs Eddy 889 Broadway at 19th Street, NYC (Near Union Square)
When: October 1st - January 1st,
Opening reception October 1st,
6-9pm (Free to attend)
I love the backdrop of mountains in the Catskills! I am pleased to say my drawing of this Chichester, NY local was purchased by the owners.
I learned that the house in my drawing is a Sears kit home, delivered by railroad. It was a factory office and company store where the workers spent the script they earned. When the current owner fixed the house 30 years, ago all the wood in the house was numbered, it remains as original as was possible.
Honored that one of my framed "MetroCard" paintings is on exhibit has been sold at the
Hersh Gallery in Glen Cove. This month, the "Wrap it Up" show and
sale benefits the Glen Cove Arts Council and their work with
underprivileged kids. Please visit this wonderful show!
I am very honored that my drawing was chosen for inclusion and the Leila Gardin Sawyer Award in the 118th Annual Open Juried Exhibition of the historic Catherine Lorillard World Arts Club. The exhibition will be on view at the prestigious National Arts Club at 15 Gramercy Park
South in New York City from December 2-19th. Please visit the gallery to view the excellent selection of works of women artists of artists from the United States, Canada and Europe.
The benefit reception will be held on Friday, December 12th
from 5:30-8:00 p.m., where a$25
donation benefits the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Travel and Research Fund of
the American Wing.
Two of my alla-prima plein air (painted on site) from the recent Teaching Studios of Art Annual Plein Air Competition at Sagamore Hill are currently on view at the Oyster Bay Historical Society through November 16th. I was honored to be one of 25 painters chosen for the event and one of my paintings was mentioned by the juror for it's merit during the award ceremonies! Please visit and see the exceptional paintings by the juror, Kenneth Salaz and the event participants.
These are two studies I began during my last two days in Jackson, NH during the Hudson River Fellowship. Though I did not have time to complete them, I was very grateful to have learned so much at the end of three weeks of intensive work, and to "put it in play" at with these slightly larger and plein air paintings:
This past summer, I had the great privilege of participating in the 2013 Hudson River Fellowship, sponsored by Grand Central Academy of Art. This is the first drawing I did, upon arriving at the fellowship in Jackson Falls, NH. I am very happy to say the drawing was sold to a lovely couple who live nearby during a group exhibit in Jackson: