“Truth Out” art show and Wolf of Wall Street

contemporary, contemporary art, female artist, Uncategorized

One recent work “Wolf of Wall Street”

and installation photo from “Truth Out: current controversies, historical injustices”– group show curated by Rosary Solimanto and Jean Tansey, Unframed Artists Gallery, New Paltz, NY

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Installation view, “Truth Out”

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“Wolf of Wall Street” acrylic, charcoal, pastel, 49 x 34 inches

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School Days (series)

acrylic paintings, contemporary art, figurative art
School Days (reflections), acrylic on canvas, 23 x 19

School Days (reflections), acrylic on canvas, 23 x 19

School Days (Diaspora), acrylic on canvas, 33 x 32

School Days (Diaspora), acrylic on canvas, 33 x 32

School Days (History), acrylic on canvas, 33 x 25

School Days (History), acrylic on canvas, 33 x 25

School Days (Corridor), acrylic on canvas), 34 x 37

School Days (Corridor), acrylic on canvas), 34 x 37

(More) paintings revisited, retouched, and two new

acrylic paintings, contempory art

Fall is slowly arriving in the Hudson Valley, and the splash of colors I see from the windows of my studio inspire me to add my own splash of colors. Slight differences between the old and new versions of paintings — old, meaning in my case a few months’ old, since I only started painting in January this year.

And also,¬†two new paintings… Berlin Celebration (below) may need a few splashes of color — but for now I like the white-on-black and hint of red and yellow. This painting would not be possible without the inspiration of Gerhard Richter’s early amazing monochromes.

Berlin Celebration, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 26

Berlin Celebration, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 26

And Street Art Berlin (below), hmmm…. this really is a slightly altered depiction of wall art I saw on my last trip to Berlin — a lot of famous artists have added their splashes to the buildings in Berlin, and this could be one by the infamous and wonderful Richard Prince (note the “U R So Porno Baby”), which would be perfect, considering he borrows from others as I am presumably borrowing from him in this painting. With all due respect. He follows me on Instagram. And he lives nearby. Howdy, neighbor. I should tag him. Oh, yes, I’ll do that.

Street Art Berlin, acrylic on canvas, 19 x 25

Street Art Berlin, acrylic on canvas, 19 x 25

Theater Berlin (old version)

Theater Berlin (old version)

Theater Berlin, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 16

Theater Berlin, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 16

School Days, old version

School Days, old version

School Days, acrylic on canvas, 22 1/2 x 30 1/2

School Days, acrylic on canvas, 22 1/2 x 30 1/2

Planet X, old version

Planet X, old version

Planet X, acrylic on canvas, 22 x 23

Planet X, acrylic on canvas, 22 x 23

Painting process (old versions and new)

acrylic paintings, contemporary art, female artist, feminist art, figurative art, portraits of women

Perhaps because winter is coming, time to hunker down, I’ve been particularly keen on revisiting paintings, never quite content.

Some old versions, and new. Subtle changes, hmmm.

Red Coat, old version, acrylic on canvas

Red Coat, old version, acrylic on canvas

New version, "Red Coat,"  21 x 17, acrylic on canvas

New version, “Red Coat,”
21 x 17, acrylic on canvas

Windswept, old version

Windswept, old version

Windswept, new version, 28 x 17, acrylic on canvas

Windswept, new version, 28 x 17, acrylic on canvas

Superstore, Bouquet, Master Builder – new paintings

acrylic paintings, art, contemporary art, female artist, figurative art, realist art

I call the one painting “Superstore” because I bought a cheap canvas print from a superstore and painted over it. I’ll be doing a larger version of the central image. Meanwhile, the shiny black paint — fresh paint from today — may or may not go matte…

"Superstore," 24 x 24, acrylic on canvas

“Superstore,” 24 x 24, acrylic on canvas

"Bouquet," (series) 20 x 27, acrylic on canvas

“Bouquet,” (series) 20 x 27, acrylic on canvas