Dreams and Memories
Nothing like witnessing a world wide pandemic to reflect on the past as I focus on making the best pictures I can to get through the present. A lot of sleepless nights worrying about loved ones, the state of the union, and general pandemic anxiety has lead me to remembering my early childhood spent in […]
Feeling so grateful that despite there being a pandemic and a disastrous US election, I’ve managed to show and sell my work far more this year than ever before. Maybe my angels have been looking out for me?! Check out what’s new at: Sold Work and Commissions.
A few images of the show this past fall with Frauke Bohge at the Kunsthalle Brennabor in Brandenburg an der Havel. Photos by Marcus Schneider.
StadtGlück at the Kunsthalle Brennabor in the press
Stadt & Land
Large selection of paintings dedicated to Berlin as well as urban areas in Italy and the US. Opens Septembr 18 at the Kunsthalle Brennabor in Brandenburg an der Havel. For more information and upcoming event dates click here.
Berlin 20/20 100 Jahre
Showing a selection of smaller paintings inspired by city scenes in Berlin, the US, and Italy at Galerie Gondwana. Galerie Gondwana, Schöneberg, Berlin
About Places and Colors in the City
Three of my paintings are currently on view at “Berlin 20/20, 100 Jahre” at Schöler Berlin, Kunsthaus für Alles. A show dedicated to the many aspects of this unique city as seen by both emerging and established Berlin based artists through drawing, print media, photography, painting, sculpture, video, and installations. Open Wednesday through Saturday, 14-19 […]
Berlin Mitte and Beyond
An Excerpt from a Correspondence between myself and Dr. Birgit Szepanski, Berlin, June 2020 What I’ve noticed about Berlin is that people find often very creative ways to assert and protect their individuality, These can be temporary, such as in a photo booth, or the moments spent arranging one’s belongings while waiting at a bus […]
The Fourth Wall – Die Vierte Wand
I recently completed a large panorama of Berlin Mitte, looking east towards Friedrichstrasse Bahnhof from a visit to the top of the Reichstag after I had just moved to Berlin. Painting this I can clearly remember the uncertainty I felt as a newcomer to a city I had never imagined living in. I felt overwhelmed […]
During the lockdown, I set up an easel in my kitchen and painted small paintings of the view from my window. My window faces a modern Plattenbau of apartments, and looks east down the wide avenue of Karl Marx Allee. Before the lockdown, every morning, I’d watch people heading west, biking to work, bringing their […]