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Art Deco Widget: Homage to New Beginnings, Or…

Art Deco Widget: Homage to New Beginnings, Or…

Walking through the neighborhoods of essentially any of the larger-populated east-coast U.S. cities, one may notice how much real estate developers are altering these local neighborhoods. Over the past few years, I’ve traveled mostly between New York City and Upstate NY, from Connecticut through New Jersey into Philadelphia, PA, winding from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

Cameo Relief of Woman Holding Her Hair

Cameo Relief of Woman Holding Her Hair

For nearly eight years, I’ve broken up my studio work days by enjoying healthy vegetarian soups at lunch. One afternoon I realized that these pre-packaged containers holding the soup ingredients are so sturdy and well-made to survive the hot temps of the microwave; its fibrous housing appears so pristine in its ivory, “sheet-like” material. After … Continue reading

Widget Locket No. 5: Homage to Vanity (Selfie)

Widget Locket No. 5: Homage to Vanity (Selfie)

If you own a smartphone, most likely you’ve either taken a “selfie” – a current-day self-portrait photo, or a quick snap while out with a group of friends. This new-found obsession with narcissism AND technology has prodded at my thoughts and become a product of intense analyzing, while observing my peers’ behavior over every type … Continue reading

The Look: Expresión de la Cara

The Look: Expresión de la Cara

All creative types at some point in their careers encounter the Look – that facial expression of disbelief (expresión de la cara) on others’ faces when one initially regards oneself as an artist. Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of three separate but comical experiences where acquaintances who work primarily in the business world have tossed … Continue reading

And So…the Object Has a Second Life

And So…the Object Has a Second Life

I’m very happy to announce that one of my newest Widget Lockets will be debuting at the Twenty-Fourth Annual Small Works Juried Exhibition at Mikhail Zakin Gallery in northern New Jersey, located approximately 20 miles outside of New York City. Recent weeks have been busy, as I feel I’m constantly rushing to write applications to … Continue reading