Who's Painting Now?
There's a yellow house on Union Street in Brooklyn that I pass by every day on the way to my studio. I love this house! So cheery with its yellow steps, so inviting—and so odd mixed in with all the brownstones. I took oil painting lessons from artist Andrew Reiss for several years. Andy is…(continue reading)
I use my morning walk to situate myself in my day. I walk about two miles to my studio, through the streets of Brooklyn, rain or snow, windy days, whatever. I find that the rhythm of the steps gives me a way to become open. All I ask of myself is to make one thing each day. Something outside of...(continue reading)
Folks often ask me 'what's up with the black doll?' I found it online a few years ago, captivated by the expression on its face, and by the fact that it seemed so magnetic, androgynous, and still. I am fascinated by how much of women's erotic energy is stymied by cultural forces, funneled into narrow...(continue reading)