Monthly Archives: March 2016

Helping People Stay Human Through Art

What major need I am fulfilling with my art (besides my own)?  What problem am I solving through my paintings? Answering these questions is key in focusing my intent of my art practice, as well as targeting my marketing efforts. I have grappled with these questions. When I taught art … Read More

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Art Interview with TV-8 Vail

The opening in Vail, CO went very well. We were accompanied by an International Burton Open. Here is the clip from TV-8 Vail, introducing my work and the opening that night. The sun was shining, as you can see, and we had to squint into the sun. But, it was … Read More

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The Secret to Great Art

Harvard University started a study in 1940, and it continues to this day. Over 75 years, they have followed more than a hundred men, and found one key element to overall happiness, health, and well-being. That one key ingredient was social connection. (Robert Waldinger, 2015 Ted Talk) This is not … Read More

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A Day with Len Chmiel

Yesterday, I had the pleasure and honor to join Len Chmiel and more than a dozen other professional artists for a day of painting. Coordinated by the Steamboat Art Museum, in celebration of Len’s retrospective there, we spent the day at Chris Roche’s beautiful home overlooking the Yampa Valley. Len … Read More

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