A past present posting with some daily currency!


June 4th / Todays Post

Sketch book collage using material from a 1890 portrait illustration page.

June 3rd / Todays Post

Two recent drawings: a small sketch book page and a “Painted Polaroid”

May 25th / Todays Post

2020 Memorial Day weekend and beginning of the summer season to honor and celebrate. A 2019 color (with a rather garish purple) ballpoint drawing and last night’s photograph in a friend’s backyard.

May 21st / Todays Post

A 2017 sketch book page with a statement that seems to have had a 2020 aim.

May 18th / Todays Post

Small details as much from a larger drawing as such. 2019

May 15th / Todays Post

CalArts 2020 Graduation distancing congratulations

May 12th / Todays Post

A 2004 page of drawings with Xeroxed fragments of other drawings added.

May 10th / Todays Post

Remember mothers Mother’s Day 2020

April 5th / Todays Post

Seems apt to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a rather flamboyant 2004 drawing from my archive. Go Mexico, sorry Maximilian !

May 2nd / Todays Post

Day and night with the patina of age, two black and white Polaroids with sprayed on color from 1973

May 1st / Todays Post

May Day 2020, in both senses.

April 21st / Todays Post

Fright face photo. Cape Cod National Seashore, 2016

April 27th / Todays Post

2020 collage/drawing sketchbook page. Another and more timely and malicious scary face,

April 20th / Todays Post

A head or ahead ? A scary archive image from 1989, Polaroid discard with drawing and collage added.

April 21st / Todays Post

Earth Day 2020 with a drawing/collage (2014 sketchbook page) and a recent urban sidewalk photo.

April 12th / Todays Posts

2020: Happy Easter (!) with a 50 plus year old watercolor (the 1960s) and a couple of photographs from the current decade

April 10th / Todays Posts

On a 2020 Good Friday, pages 16, 24, and 84 from a 2017 sketchbook, make for a good Friday…

April 8th / Todays Post

Daily short walker strolls, keeping my camera eye out for mud puddles, and on the pavement to find visual equivalents.

April 2nd / Todays Post

Inadvertently relevant to today, a 2019 sketchbook wax crayon drawing

April First / Todays Posts

April showers bring May flowers, yet nevertheless, “April is the cruelest month,” but, better not to mention the April fool.

March 21st / Todays Post

2020: Oh dear, Spring is here, Should we never fear, Summer’s near

March 18th / Todays Post

Photographs rephotographed under different circumstances, in this case a Stieglitz “cloud equivalent” reproduced in a newspaper. Slight folding causes patches of reflected light.

March 17th / Todays Post

A stuck at home surrounded by green photo and a drawing in green: 2020 St Patricks Day, happy and not so.

March 8th / Todays Post

A black and white and grey drawing, 9×12 inches, 2018