Tag Archives: #feminine
“Fibonacci’s Muse” was inspired by the mathematical beauty, proportions and elegance found in nature’s artful design. Now a signed, 18″x24″ digital print made with archival inks on museum quality acid free paper. HERE. “The Fibonacci Sequence turns out to be the … Continue reading
Polaroid of Victoria Lowe. Circa 1989. I love people. I love the human figure. The body is a magnificent creation and I enjoy celebrating it in my art. Much of my imagery conceptually begins with the human being. The body … Continue reading
In August of 2003, Roxana and I embarked on a journey to a small village in the Austrian Alps called Reichenau for a Visionary Artist workshop. While learning the Mische technique through Philip Rubinov-Jacobson’s, Old Masters New Visions art class we also … Continue reading
“The Gaze,” charcoal, graphite, oil paint on board. Will be available at Chandeliers and Tulips in Agoura next week.