Wednesday, November 25, 2015


2015, Oil on Hardboard, 3"x 7"

Along the East River, in Manhattan there is a point just below the Williamsburg Bridge where you can see the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty all at once. It is humbling, and it serves to remind us that this city and its history is bigger than any one person.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Under the Exit

2015, Oil on Hardboard, 6"x 9"

This is a painting of one of the exit ramps off the 59th Street Bridge, as Manhattanites like to call it, the Queens Borough Bridge for those living on the other side of the East River. For me it epitomizes the dichotomy that is New York, order and chaos all at once. It represents the patchwork infrastructure that is most noticeable when entering or leaving one of its bridges or tunnels.