21 Day Abstract Painting Project

I am about to embark on a 21 day abstract painting project. I’m already in the habit of painting daily but I am going to see what I can produce on 21, 5 x 5″ panels during this time frame. These little abstract paintings will be posted daily on my Instagram feed and then be available on my new online shop.

Did you know that the common myth that it takes 21 days to form a new habit was from a misquoted saying by Maxwell Maltz? He actually said “a minimum of about 21 days” and the saying got changed to “It takes 21 days to form a new habit”.

Bendheim Gallery Artists’ Reception: Thursday, May 17

Bendheim Gallery Artists’  Reception: Thursday, May 17
Bendheim Gallery Exhibition, May 2018

I am really looking forward to this reception at the Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich, CT.

The Greenwich Arts Council
“Art to the Avenue Makes a Stop at the Bendheim”
Works by: Sarah Balcombe | Joyce Grasso | Morris Finkelstein
Susan Kalla | Keith Magner | Corey Marchetti | Shilo Ratner
(Paintings, Photographs and Sculptures)

April 27 to June 6, 2018
Artists’ Reception: Thursday, May 17 from 6 to 8PM
at The Bendheim Gallery
299 Greenwich Ave.
Second Floor

The painting “Chai”, 36 x 36″, Acrylic on Canvas (Framed) $3200 is the Top
Left Image.

“Chai”, 36 x 36″, Acrylic on Canvas,  To Purchase Painting Contact: Greenwich Arts Council: 203-862-6750

 

Just Imagine a World at Peace

Imagine, 20 x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas

My posts are toggling back and forth these days with Figurative and Abstracted work. All I can say to that is that I am on this wild upswing and connecting to my truth as a painter.

The inspiration to create this painting all began with putting my daughters to bed. Part of their bedtime routine is to listen to music with either me singing completely off tune or listening to a selected list of songs. We were listening to “Imagine” written by #JohnLennon and I was telling my girls that this is one of my favorite songs. The following morning my oldest started singing it to me. The beauty of her singing as well as the beauty behind the lyrics burrowed deep into my heart. That morning in the studio I started working on this #painting. “Imagine”, 20 x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas, 2018. Just imagine a world at peace without the barriers of borders, divisions of religion or nationality.

View: Abstraction.

Ely Center Closing Reception

Images from the Ely Center of Contemporary Art Residency Closing Reception