Artistic Musings

  • Holiday Sale 2022

    I got a request from the Ann Arbor Art Center to send over several options for their annual Holiday Sale, and they picked the three framed original drawings below (clockwise from upper left: “The Stray”, “Mourning Sunrise” and “Troubled Man and the Comforter”). This will be in addition to the four pieces I currently have […]

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  • The Ann Arbor Art Center Grand Opening

    The Ann Arbor Art Center located in (where else?) Ann Arbor, MI has just completed a major renovation to the tune of $5.3 million dollars. This includes purchasing the adjacent building (the blue fronted building, left in the image above) which has added 3,600 additional square feet. The street level addition has been turned into […]

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  • The Chris Nordin Gallery

    There is a new art gallery in my town of Ann Arbor, MI, founded by the very talented glass artist Chris Nordin. Originally the gallery building was used by Chris as an office for meetings with commercial and residential patrons of his glass blowing and glass sculpture studio. But in May he launched the grand […]

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  • Sacred Art

    My drawing “Troubled Man and the Comforter” has been awarded Best of Show in the “Liturgical and Sacred Art 2022” exhibition at the M.G. Nelson Family Gallery at the Springfield Art Association in Springfield, ILL. The show runs from April 20 – May 28. The exhibition prospectus read: “In cooperation with the Liturgical Arts Festival […]

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  • 2022 March Group Show at Jones Gallery

    My drawings “sow/grow/reap” and “After the Picnic” have been accepted in the March Group Show at the Jones Gallery of Kansas City, MO. The exhibition runs from March 2nd through the 24th, 2022. This is my sixth showing at the gallery. Other exhibitions include June 2020, February 2021, May 2021, July 2021, and September 2021. […]

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  • Anything Goes

      The Gutman Gallery located in downtown Ann Arbor, MI is hosting their 2nd Annual All Media Exhibition entitled “Anything Goes” from January 28th – March 5th, 2022. I’m happy to be a part of it. The gallery, run by The Guild of Artists & Artisans called all regional artists to submit work for the […]

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  • Emotions – 2021

    My drawing “Tribulation” has been accepted in “Emotions – 2021” an international exhibit that encouraged artists to provide artworks that display human feelings and emotions. The selected artworks will be included in The Book of Art publication and showcased in an international online exhibition by Galleriumart of Ontario, Canada from January 15 through February 15, […]

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  • Ho Ho Holiday Show

    Since 1909 the Ann Arbor Art Center has been sparking creativity in people of all ages and artistic abilities. Their mission – “to be a contemporary forum for the visual arts through education, exploration, collaboration, and exhibition. We engage minds, expand perspectives and inspire growth in students of all ages, teachers, artists, and the community.” […]

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  • Warmth of Autumn

    “Spring is beautiful, and summer is perfect for vacations, but autumn brings a longing to get away from the unreal things of life, out into the forest at night with a campfire and the rustling leaves.” – Margaret Elizabeth Sangster The Kansas City Stockyards gallery’s prospectus of the “Warmth of Autumn” art exhibition stated: “We […]

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  • Going Local

    After showing all over the country (and having to mail out my artwork) it’s nice to have an exhibition close to home. I was invited by Tom Rosenbaum, a local Ann Arbor, MI artist to exhibit along with him in his new gallery. My contribution includes 20 drawings. The poster says it all.

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