On the Banks of the Metropolis

May 9, 2019 Uncategorized

The installation, “On the Banks of the Metropolis” on view at the 118th Annual Student Exhibition at PAFA from May 10th through June 2nd, highlights the unnoticed interactions between the city and it’s environment in hopes to make residents rethink their connection to the local landscape. The name of this painting references the two small cement blocks on the water visible in the second image. These we’re once streams that flowed through Philadelphia. Back in the mid 19th century, asRead More

Spring Break Snow Storm in Maine

Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper are two of my favorite painters. Their work never fails to inspire me and guide me in my painting. In the months leading up to my spring break this year, that inspiration became almost a burden as I could not paint without thinking of their work. In order to alleviate this and give myself a much needed break, I explored a location at which both Homer and Hopper made many of their most important works: Portland,Read More

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