“I like the idea of something being absolutely present or completely absent. “
“I generally like working in quiet with plenty of coffee and natural light. My studio is in Brooklyn, with huge windows facing north and the expanse of sky and light provide me with the means to think and visualize – and to escape the computer, too.”
I feel like my making art in this cast-away time-capsule is a re-incarnation of the anti-authoritarian premise the house was built upon and humanitarian passion (because the Italian hall also fed the poor and helped the neighborhood) that its inhabitants exhibited.
My old desk-top drawing table with T-Square is still leaning against the window, though it’s pretty well hidden. And I miss the photo-stat camera, with which I used to make a lot of cover art before scanners or even color xerox.
“We have two studios. One in Isle of Wight Virginia, and the other in the Green Point neighborhood of Brooklyn New York.” “Images 1-4 are from the Green Point studio, while Images 5 and 6 (below) are from VA. You are looking at an abundance of material and ongoing projects ranging from sheets of plexiglass, […]
“This is my desk on an average day. I work in a small studio that is attached but separate from my apartment. It faces the garden and what it lacks in space, it makes up for with really pretty light.” “Above is a recent drawing at an odd angle that is looking down on my […]