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  • A little perspective

    It’s been a busy time for milestones. (Do other countries measure life’s achievements in kilometer stones?) On the bright side, my daughter graduated from elementary school this past week, as seen above,…

  • The view

    My daughter went back to in-person school this week, which was both exciting and annoying. Exciting for obvious reasons, and especially because she’s happy about it, and annoying because the school day…

  • A fresh eye

    I have been struggling a bit to hold onto my tiny studio schedule, but I am holding on, and so grateful to be able to do so! Above you can see the…

  • Legacy

    Have you ever heard of Ben Shahn? He was an American artist born in Lithuania who did these great social realist works. This one is Restoration, from 1945: He also did a…

  • Mind at rest

    I am incredibly grateful this week: I have been able to get back into the studio on a regular basis. It is still a pretty small amount, only about an hour, but…

  • Simple, portable, doable

    So there I was, thinking, “When things quiet down and get a little more normal, I’ll write something new.” I checked, and my last blog post was on June 27, 2017. It…

  • Little by little

    I’m very happy to announce that three of my Cultivate pieces will be featured in the upcoming exhibition String Theories at Field Projects Gallery in Chelsea, NYC. Curated by Charlotte Mouquin, director…

  • The opposition

    I took a bit of a detour from all the little wooden silhouettes I’ve been working with and made some minor changes to a bunch of oil paintings this week, some pretty…

  • Green

    I was so envious this week! I was looking at work from a couple who are both artists (and who are friends of friends of mine) and it was making me crazy.…

  • The simple job

    The new people have arrived! This group of new laser cut silhouettes includes my father, my daughter, one of my nieces, Lincoln, Syrian refugees, Hitler, and orthodox Jewish boys in NY in…