Oil on canvas, 28″ x 36″, 2019
No Pilot, Mixed media on paper, 18” x 12”
The great disappointment of success is learning that those in charge have no idea what they are doing.
Ranch, Mixed media on paper, 18” x 12”
Is there any distinction between criminal acts between individuals and those that are institutionalized?
Butchery, Ink and watercolor on paper, 9” x 12”
Autophagia is intuitively related to factory farming and is ultimately implicit in the pornographic violence of the slaughterhouse.
India Rubber, mixed media on paper, 9” x 12”
AAA All Ends, Ink and marker on paper, 9” x 12”
Self-destruction, far from being purely negative, often is a requirement for creative development.
Pony, Oil and pigmented glue on canvas, Approx. 50″ x 48″, circa 1990
Elusive flying pony. Fallen skater. Two poles divided and united. Ambivalence between fear and dreams.
This was created in the rooftop studio at 142 Roebling Street in Brooklyn when the rest of the building was still occupied by garment workers. The painting has an underdrawing of natural wood charcoal submerged in hot liquid glue that temporarily suspends the charcoal dust and then dries into the canvas to make an impervious drawing. Layers of transparent oil paint and pigmented turpentine washes complete the image.