Due to a series of significant developments, I am, in a sense, re-launching my life (including my web presence). Stay tuned.
I am participating in this show and would really like to see you attend:
I am showing three 36″x36″ pieces which are very new and, I think, resonate with the charity the event supports http://www.freedomladder.org and their goal of putting an end to the exploitation and trafficking of children. It is an issue that has been dear to my heart for some time and I am glad to have been asked to be part of this kind of show.
Friday, June 17
6pm – 8:30pm
Holy Apostles Gallery, 296 9th Ave Manhattan
The PLG Arts Council has invited me to show some of my work at our neighborhood’s staple: Tugboat Tea Company (546 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11225) on Friday, March 18. I would like to focus on presenting watercolor and getting to know the people who are following my journey. The venue is intimate and the atmosphere is classic New York. Please feel free to join me for an evening of magic. My pieces will be priced to sell, so you can come away with more than warm, fuzzy feelings!
Facebook event page:
New Artist’s Statement:
“My goal is to excite the imagination and to unlock the viewer’s childlike sense of wonder. I think trying to ‘say something’ about the times is lazy. I want to provoke the times to be better by inspiring them and invoking the magic that’s lying dormant. Life is commonly presented as this dreary, sleepy nightmare. But it can be colorful and exciting if you want it to be. Don’t ask yourself what I’m trying to show you or tell you. Ask yourself what you need to see and what you wish to say to you — and then see it and say it.”
-Robert Nathan Davis
On Nov. 18th, I am going to talk about how I cured my (life-long, chronic, debilitating) depression and the series of synchronicities — and the tools — that helped me find my voice as an artist and helped me to “flip the switch” on my life and follow my dreams. A handful of other characters will be speaking on a variety of subjects. The event will run from 8 to 10pm. I’m speaking first, so please come early!
82 4th Ave
Brooklyn, New York
My friend Yoko took a whole lot of photos of the Rabbithole show on Oct 28th (click the pic to see more):
It was a wonderful time and it got pretty crowded before the end. I am honored to have so many lovely people viewing my work and spending time with me. The future is bright and will be brighter with you in it!
Click here for FB event details!
I have a lot of new stuff that hasn’t been photographed yet, so the current image gallery isn’t quite up to date yet. On that note, “God of the Wall Demons” seemed less apt than “Prismatic Vision” as a title, so I took some liberty and changed it. When you see the new pieces, you’ll see why.