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Hillary Not At Her Best

I have always felt that if someone takes a good photo of you or paints you in a flattering light likes you or has been paid enough money to alter your image to bless you with good light. Sarah Sole painted an uncomplimentary portrait of Hillary Clinton, which the painter defended by saying of MY […]

Throwing Back Fish

Last weeekend Bushwick was heaving with artists, hipsters, dealers, and tourists enjoying a day of open studios in the rejuvenated industrial wasteland. I had bicycled over to Grattan Street to view a friend’s paintings. Frank Holiday greeted me with surprise. “I’m so happy you showed up.” “As am I.” I quickly examined his new paintings. […]

WAVES by Kate Teale

I love Kate Teale’s work in pencil. To see more of her work, please go to the following URL http://www.kateteale.net/


The other evening I was at a party for the painter Jonathan Gent. The UK native’s work covered the apartment walls of a Wall Street banker, who had been gracious enough to support a live artist. His patron was a basketball player. They always have cred with me. The mini-paintings sold fast and Jonathan was […]

Tristam Dequatremare – French Painter

The more and more I see of Tristam Dequatremare. The more and more I like him. I have a painting of his in LA. With my Cousin Sherri. I doubt her husband will give it back. Art is like that unless it was taken by the Nazis.