Basketball
basketball
Hockey
hockey
The Long Summer
long summer
Paintings 2013-2014
paintings 2013-2014
Collages
collages
The Black & White Ball
ball
Clipped
clipped
A New Year in Paint
paint
Skating on Thin Ice
skating
Golf
golf
Austria
austria
A New Decade in Paint
paint
Dancing Through Life
dancing
Figures
figures
Whiskeytown
whiskeytown
No Naked Nudes
no naked nudes
Convictions
convictions
Body Language
new york
Tribute to Rotonde
brussels
A New Century in Paint
paintings1
Freshly Dug Up: 1970's
early work
In London: Diverse RCA
london
New in Berlin
berlin
In San Francisco: Boxers
Springer-Croke
In New York: Surfers
Surfers
From Cleveland: "Drawn In"
Cleveland
"The Babies V"
Babies 5
From Berlin: "Medusa"
Medusa
 
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Teaching

“Drawing as a Visual Journal”
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Berkeley — Fall 2014
Mondays from September 29, 2014 to October 27, 2014 (Five meetings) at 1:00 – 3:30 p.m

Artists from Delacroix and Turner to Picasso and Kahlo have used visual journals to record their impressions, ideas, and travels as a part of the creative process and for later application in artwork. In this course the student develops a visual language and personal iconography to record the activities, dreams, and events of daily life using a variety of drawing techniques. Work in this course will form a journal of thought, experience, and visual development. The instructor presents slide-illustrated lectures on artists who have used visual journals and leads a feildtrip to a current exhibition.

“Experimentelle Malerei” (Experimental Painting)
Künstlerdorf Neumarkt an der Raab, Austria — Summer 2013, Summer 2014

Wir werden mit der traditionellen Annäherung an Wasserfarben starten und uns dann vom Medium treiben lassen. Flüssige Farbe, Farbmischungen auf Papier und schwungvolle Formen werden uns überraschen. Nass arbeitend werden wir Tiefe herstellen und dann mit fokussierenden Markierungen und Strichen eine lebhafte Oberfläche wiedergeben.
Das wird Wasserfarbe sein, die einen Tag verträumt sein kann und am nächsten mit Energie von der Seite springt.

Wir erforschen die innere Landschaft unseres Lebens – Stimmung und Erinnerung des Ortes, und die äußere Landschaft, in die wir fest eintauchen mit klaren Formen und Kompositionen. Wir werden draußen arbeiten, aber die Arbeit acuh mit ins Studio nehmen, um Details zu erarbeiten, überarbeiten und entwickeln.

Von der einfachen Darstellungsart des Bleistifts bis zur überlegten aufgebauten Formbarkeit der Farbe werden wir die Schönheit und Magie von beidem wiedergeben, ein vertrautes und großartiges Bild.

“Drawing on the Environment”
University of California, Berkeley Extension — Summer 2009
Wednesdays July 8-August 5, 1:30-4:30 pm.

The unique ressources of the natural and urban environment provide fertile ground for creative exploration. In this course you investigate different elements of life using a variety of techniques and materials, including pencil, charcoal, ink, Conté, pastel, watercolor, collage, and mixed media. You discover form and texture in plants and food see light and space in the interaction of buildings and landscape, find color and composition in the interplay between people and things, and examine the use of symbols. As you explore how line, form, light, color, and composition are revealed in everyday places and objects you uncover a personal visual language and iconography distilled from your home, work, and public environments.

Slide illustrated discussions examine a variety of historic and contemporary artists — from Durer, Césane, and Picasso to Calder, and Rauschenberg to see how travel, nature, and personal environments have been used as creative inspiration. Working both in the studio and out in the field, this course offers rich opportunites to experiment with media and imagery in new ways that expressively reflect the ephemera of daily life.

“The Self Portrait – Seeing Oneself in the World, Viewing Oneself Through The World”
Royal College of Art, London — May 2009

A workshop using the self portrait as a vehicle for exploring identity.

“The Artist’s Journal”

University of California, Berkeley Extension  —  Summer 2006
MTuWThF June 26-30, 9:30am – 5:30pm
Artists from Delacroix and Turner to Picasso and Kahlo have used visual journals to record their impressions, ideas, and travels as part of the their creative process. In this course you develop a visual language and personal iconography to record the activities, dreams, and documents of daily life using various expressive techniques. The instructor demonstrates various materials and techniques, including pencil, charcoal, conté crayon, chalk and oil pastels, watercolor, and mixed media.

“Watercolour”

ASUC Art Studio, Associated Students of the University of California, Berkeley  —  Summer 2002

Wednesdays July 10-August 14, 7:30-10:00 pm.

“Drawing on the Environment”

University of California, Berkeley Extension  —  Summer 2001
Thursdays June 7-August 9, 1:30-4:30 pm.

The unique ressources of the natural and urban environment provide fertile ground for creative exploration. In this course you investigate different elements of life using a variety of techniques and materials, including pencil, charcoal, ink, Conté, pastel, watercolor, collage, and mixed media. You discover form and texture in plants and food see light and space in the interaction of buildings and landscape, find color and composition in the interplay between people and things, and examine the use of symbols. As you explore how line, form, light, color, and composition are revealed in everyday places and objects you uncover a personal visual language and iconography distilled from your home, work, and public environments.

Slide illustrated discussions examine a variety of historic and contemporary artists — from Durer, Césane, and Picasso to Calder, and Rauschenberg to see how travel, nature, and personal environments have been used as creative inspiration. Working both in the studio and out in the field, this course offers rich opportunites to experiment with media and imagery in new ways that expressively reflect the ephemera of daily life.

“Drawing as a Visual Journal”

University of California, Berkeley Extension  —  Spring 2001
Wednesdays February 21-April 25, 6:30-9:30 pm.

Artists from Delacroix and Turner to Picasso and Kahlo have used visual journals to record their impressions, ideas, and travels as a part of the creative process and for later application in artwork. In this course the student develops a visual language and personal iconography to record the activities, dreams, and events of daily life using a variety of drawing techniques. Work in this course will form a journal of thought, experience, and visual development. The instructor presents slide-illustrated lectures on artists who have used visual journals and leads a feildtrip to a current exhibition.

“Creating a Visual Journal”

ASUC Art Studio, Associated Students of the University of California, Berkeley  —  Fall 2000

Focusing on different imagery and media, the work of this course will form a visual journal of the students thoughts, experiences, and visual development. We will explore line, form, light, colour, and composition while developing a visual language and personal iconography to more fully record ideas, activities, dreams, and material documents of life. Each session will include discussion of an assignment, introducation to new materials, studio work, and analysis of ongoing work. The course will address still life, self portraits, symbolism and personal narrative. The handling of pencil, charcoal, ink, conté, pastel and watercolour will all be presented.