I thought I should briefly mention a couple of exhibitions I have on this month. The first is a number of small sketches at Ann Long Fine Art in Charleston, SC and the exhibition webpage is here. The second is the Converge show organized by Allison Malafronte in New York. It opens this Friday and the website for the exhibition is here.
This summer I’m skipping my usual solo show. I missed half a year of painting in 2011 and wont have enough work unfortunately. I will have new work at the Haynes Galleries in Maine and with the Grenning Gallery on Long Island. In September I’ll have some work on show in London with Constantine Lindsay.
The Florence Academy of Art is having their annual alumni show this week in the stables of the Palazzo Corsini. Lots of great work on display as usual and I’ll have some pieces in the charity silent auction. The opening is Wednesday the 9th.
I’m off for New York for my solo show at the Grenning Gallery which opens on August 6th. You can download a copy of the catalog here.
A couple of my paintings are in an auction of fine American paintings at Christie’s in March in New York.
You can place your bid at their website here.
I meant to take a beautiful picture of our immaculately clean studio but never got around to it. Anyways, the details are thus: Open Studio at our gorgeous 19th century painting studio in Piazza Donatello (number 31) this Friday (the 26th) from 6pm onwards. Lots of new work on show this time.
Hope you can make it.
Update: Here’s a short time-lapse of the evening. I’m too lazy to run around with a camera all night.
My solo show in Sag Harbor (has now closed) at the Grenning Gallery. It was a show of mostly smaller works from the last year and a half, as well as some of the larger plein air paintings from Montefalco this summer.
You can see some of the work on the preview page of their website.
My self portrait from this January (you can see it in this post) is in the Eleanor Ettinger Gallery’s Self Portrait Exhibition which opened last night in New York. It looks like a great show and I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to the opening. Paul Oxborough’s portrait on the Ettinger website looks especially brilliant.
I’ll be having another exhibition for charity next week at the Osteria di Santo Spirito. The paintings are all sketches from this winter painted in the Oltrarno of Florence and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Amici di Santo Spirito association. The opening reception will be on Thursday, February 25th from 6 to 9 pm. You can see some of the work here.