Category Archives: Art



Packing up some work for CTRL+P opening at the Arlington Art Center on Saturday, June 23rd.



18 new works on paper underway.

Wax Magazine

I had the pleasure of meeting the editors of Wax Magazine last week. I was quite impressed with the over all vision for the project. This is a smart idea.

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We are two graphic designers and a writer who all surf together. When at our local breaks, we found that many of the people we met were artists, architects, designers, and writers — often leaders in their fields. We wanted to create a publication that tells their stories and opens up a rich dialogue in the urban surf community. While there are many surf magazines out there, nothing deals directly with the unique community of surfers found here in New York City, and in other urban environments. 

We founded WAX to explore the unique intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around the city. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. In our pages, we hope to explore the rich history of New York surfing and to create pathways of cultural creativity both on and off the breaks.

They have 10 days left on their Kiststarter campaign. Help them out!

Brucennial 2012

This painting is in the Brucennial 2012.

Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 2011

Harderer. Betterer. Fasterer. Strongerer.
February 29, 6-9 pm
159 Bleecker Street, NYC
(between Thompson and Sullivan)
Exhibition will be open from March 1 – April 20
WED – SUN, 12 – 6 pm

Studio Crumbs

My Friend An Hoang has a great blog called Studio Crumbs. It’s part studio journal and part travel log. Take a look!

An Hoang, Gather Around, 2011, oil on canvas, 8 x 10 inches.

NY Arts: 30 artists to watch in 2012

I am excited to be named one of thirty artists to watch in 2012 by NY Arts.

Bill Jensen New Paintings at CHEIM & READ

James Kalm (The Guy on the Bike) stops in to see Bill Jenson’s new paintings.

I’m a huge fan of Bill’s work. Our dogs met once at an opening in Greenpoint. One day I hope to visit his studio.
The triptychs are amazing!