Jun 06, 2008 6 Comments
For the next couple months, ten of the still lifes - including the pair of unmentionable meats, the new pork chop and drum stick - will be on view at Susan Maasch Fine Art in Portland, Maine. They are being shown in conjunction with a much bigger exhibition of work by William Bailey and Walter Horak. Bailey's work can be found in collections ranging from the MOMA to the Smithsonian. This is, for me, a big deal. The show opens tonight but, alas, I will not be able to attend.

Susan Maasch Fine Art
29 Forest Avenue
Portland, Maine 04101
207 - 699 - 2966

I am especially excited that my paintings will be shown alongside the still lifes of my old friend, Shawn Kenney. He and I have known each other for nearly 19 years having met the first days of college. 19 years. -gulp-. I'm now balding and he's now fatting (ok, me too). While there are some strong distinctions in how we paint (he being the man of light and air, I being the guy that can't have enough chewy form), we share many of the same ideals, heroes and aspirations. I am honored to be sharing a wall with him.*

*Even if he does ride a Harley.


Jessica    Jun 09, 2008  at  1:20 pm

Drat!  I wish I could get there!  I am very happy for you and for Shawn!  Huzzah.

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