as written previously, i am included in a group show in new york city, new york at the joshua liner gallery. the show is called 'folklore" and was curated by evan hecox, an artist i admire a lot. i made two large-ish (36x36) drawing/paintings for the show that are extensions of two other drawings that i did earlier for the needles and pens anniversary show. is this too much information? it all means something. it is process, reality, ideas, evidence. here are pictures of the things i made.
a close-up detail
and another one
and another one. if you go to the gallery in chelsea, this one is not in the main exhibition space, but it's there, you might just have to ask to see it, and please do. i really can't say thanks enough to the fine folks who came to this art show and talked with me. did you know that we connect with each other through the making of things? did you know this shit works? it does. and when you tell people that it works, the person that made that thing is humbled and happy and for a few minutes feels the purpose and worth of the thing. that person was/is me and that is what i felt. it is important to talk to people and remind them of the important things. we are all important so let's try to ignore the lame parts for as long as is good for us. peace.