She was waiting for the train to Amsterdam. It was the middle of a Dutch fall. In ten minutes she finally heard it puffing and whistling about the importance of steam engines and how it could not understand the passengers who chose to travel by airplane instead of by train. As it approached – she saw a sign that the train was coming from London. “Mind the gap!” – she heard. She then saw the rushing passenger creatures – big and small, in top hats and crinolines, with monocles and pointy umbrellas, boarding the train’s cars. “Next stop – Amsterdam… Ma’am, are you boarding? …“ - (from my Nightbook, 2018)
…And you exclaim into the well of your own history, and the voices of your ancient fathers and mothers echo back as a song of an owl, fox, dove and a laughing tambourine.. (from my Nightbook - May, 2019)
Art Market Hamptons is opening next week at the Bridgehampton Museum (July, 5-7th) , where I will be showing several of my works with Haven Gallery. It will be followed by my solo show opening on the 27th of July, where I can’t wait to see you all in person. For more info about the artist talk (rsvp), reception and advanced collector’s previews for both Art Market and my solo show please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Two paintings of a Mad Queen for my July solo show with Haven Gallery:
If you happen to be in Bay Area in the beginning of June - come say hi to SHOH Gallery on the 8th of June - the night of the opening reception of a group show Muse featuring work of ten Bay Area artists: Jeremy Mann, Eliza Ivanova, Aaron Nagel, Zach Oldenkamp, Karla Ortiz, Albert Ramos, Ximena Rendon, Ondrea Vicklund and Helice Wen. I will be exhibiting several small pieces, too. Most of the artists will be there in person, so if you’d like to raise a glass of goodness and cheer, join us at SHOH Gallery on the 8th.
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