2008: MacDowell Colony Residency again!


“Hyperbolic Nature: Between Birches” (NH) 60″ x 48″, 2008

After the great strides I made with my works during my too-short, one-month, fall residency at MacDowell in 2006 I was determined to return to take up where I left off. In that short but highly productive residency, I was able to increase the intensity and variety of the color palette I could use due to the spectacular fall foliage and was able to extend the act of painting to a full-day’s length which allowed the process of applying paint to become a performative act. I was also able to successfully increase the scale of my final works to 60″ x 48″ and now I wanted to make an entire series of these larger paintings that would use the fall palette. Luckily I was able to do just that, in part because I was granted my first sabbatical in the fall of 2008 and I was simultaneous accepted back to the MacDowell Colony that fall.


“Hyperbolic Nature” Red Maples Turning” (NH) 60″ x 48″ in the Tony Goldman collection, NYC


“Reds Square Greens” (NH) diptych 48″ x 84″. Private Collection South America

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DETAIL of “Reds Square Greens” (NH)

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