This was a collaborative ceramic series I did with my partner Bill King. Bill would throw the vessels and I would decorate, glaze and paint. We titled them “The Conception Series” and sold them in our South Beach Miami store in 1993. It was our first creative adventure together.
A collection and documentation of wild flowers found around my 20- piece acre of land. One day I will learn the names.
Local artists were invited to participate in the Artery, a public outdoor art installation from the brainchild of former Eureka Springs resident Charlotte Buchannan. Artists were given a 4 x 8 ft. panel and asked to create a piece of art inspired by the theme of flowers, fruits or vegetables. The individual panels were then […]
“The Peep Show “ was a one-time, juried exhibit held in the basement of the Eureka Springs Auditorium in 2003 or 4. Peeps, those marshmallow-like chicks and bunnies, were given to anyone who wanted to create a piece of “art” from of the toxic Easter treats. The event was silly fun and juried by the […]
Zarks gallery has been holding an annual invitation themed art show at their Spring St. location for several years during the May Festival of the Arts. I’ve participated in many, including the rattle, bracelet and shoe-themed shows. For the necklace show, my piece, “A Necklace For Anti-Social Occasions,” was constructed from two gourd halves glued […]
I was approached by Creative Energy producer Jeremy Mason McGraw about creating a portrait series for the 2013 Eureka Springs May Festival of the Arts. Since it was timed for the art festival, I thought there could be no better subject matter than the artists who make up our quirky little town, Eureka Springs. I […]
“Finding Nature – Artwork in the Landscape” was a multi-venue, multi-media art event co-curated with artist Christopher Fischer. We invited more than 20 local artists to create work that reflected the theme. A cross section of photographers, painters, sculptors, visual/digital, fiber and ceramic artists’ work was on display at The Space during the 2012 Eureka […]
I began making one-of-a-kind, dyed/stenciled t-shirts for friends in the early 1980’s and soon found myself selling them to several trendy stores along Queen St. W in Toronto before moving to Key west in 1984. I continued exploring different forms of printmaking, adding printed drawstring pants and shorts to the mix and selling the unisex […]
Having dabbled in batik in Toronto in the ‘70s, I began experimenting with dyes and bleach, and developed a dye-stencil technique that began on t-shirts in the early ‘80s. After creating and selling hundreds of t-shirts to friends and trendy boutiques along Queen St. West, I felt confident in applying this technique to large-scale canvas. […]
Disclaimer: These images may be inappropriate or offensive to viewers. You should be 18 years or older to view them. “The Family Jewels – Crowns for the Prince” was a collaborative work with a fellow artist who created a line of jewelry to adorn the penis. We invited 25 Eureka Spring’s men to model the […]