Press Coverage of my Acton TV Mural Unveiling
Boston Globe Article
Chase Peters and I are shown here making a Turneresque sky. Eighth-grader Chase Peters works with visiting artist Bruce Davidson, who was helping Bromfield School students create a triptych celebrating the Chinese calendar’s Year of the Dragon.
On January 17th I led Bromfield Art Club (Harvard MA) participants in a collaborative three panel painting of a Chinese dragon. The Triptych was be created on three large canvases in acrylic paints. We broke into teams. After a quick drawing lesson and sharing of the plan. We broke into teams. See the plan and result below. What a great group of passionate artists!
On January 17th I Will lead Art Club participants in a collaborative three panel painting of a Chinese dragon. This Triptych will be created on three large canvases in acrylic paints.
Links to selected projects
Concord Health Care Center “Homestead Mural”
partial portfolio at web site
Im very proud of the planning and talents my students brought to this mural in progress. Weeks 1-6 of the 10 week class have been spent in drawing, painting, color planning and design of the mural. In two, 4-hour work sessions with the help of adult artist assistants Lauren Abele and Doug DeRome we have made great beauty and brought smiles to people’s faces. Several staff members and residents also picked up a brush and painted grape leaves and cypress trees.
Watercolor Show (Guest Juror and 3 New Pieces) SAT FEB 26 7-9 PM, Gallery 7, 7 Nason Street Maynard MA
“Brushstroke: The Art of Watercolor” A Juried Exhibition Watercolor delights and challenges painters and viewers. The range the medium can display is as infinite as the number of artists who choose it. In this juried show you will experience the fine control, the loose abandon, the vigorous wet stroke, the saturated color– mixed in the pallette, on the page, or straight from the tube. Watercolor is wet, dry, transluscent, opaque,layered, simple and complex. We invite you to revel in the art of watercolor.