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October 5th / Todays Post

2 drawings, each with some added bits of found material, 2019

October 4th / Todays Post

Top: Collage in an early Modernist manner. My high school introduction to collage in the mid-50s was in this “style”. . . followed by a collage rearranged with my drawn additions. From a 1925 reproduction of a painting by a Parisian artist, Robert Cotiron.

September 29th / Todays Post

Two dissimilar, yet concurrent drawings in a recent sketchbook.

September 21st / Todays Post

Three recent collages (2 from New York in June and 1 from Cape Cod in September) going from conventional to un-

Sepember 18 / Todays Post

Three recent drawings: a sort of abstract surrealism and decorative illustration combination.

Posting resumed after a hiatus recouping from a broken fibula leg bone in Cape Cod, in both ways not all that bad.

July 22nd / Todays Post


Irmie 1947-2019

July 9th / Todays Post


Two “drawing/ collage/drawings” currently in a small drawing exhibition in Paris, 2019

May 27th / Todays Posts

Drawing and photograph for Memorial Day 2018

May 24th / Todays Post

Drawing with collage from 1987 sketch book. A narrative that doesn’t explain itself, while it seems to have one vague possibly if set in early 19th century literature. I was an admirer of Herman Melville’s “Pierre; or, The Ambiguities” for it’s shear gothic weirdness, which it was meant to be a sent up of, but ended up out doing it. I’d like to say I had that in mind, but I didn’t. I just liked cutting old stuff up and rearranging it.


Keeping the original from which the collage cut outs were taken and used a year later in a 1988 Detroit Focus Gallery flyer as part of an attempt at a visual representation of the flux and flow of global exchange Capitalism, time management, surveillance, and a commodity culture in art, both commercial and fine. The exhibition, which included myself, was on graphic design, advertising design, industrial design, and commercial illustration, and of course, not as a critique, but as an elevation into what might also be a form of art, suitable for a gallery. Ironically, none of it was for sale.


May 21st / Todays Post

A drawing made with collaged parts of drawings and a collage with some drawing added, notwithstanding some stylistic distance between them.