I'm showing some recent paintings this weekend, Sept 24-25, noon-6pm, during Newburgh Open Studios. I'll be at 104 1/2 Ann St alongside several other artists, next to Ann St Gallery. Pick up maps at Newburgh Art Supply, 5 Grand St, or download one from the website (link above).
As for this website here, I really need to make a sustained effort to regularly manage it with updates and images. (Feeling productive, might delete later.) I'll post-date so it won't appear quite as neglectful.. The fact is that I'm doing things, but have been unable to cement the habit of updating. I have lovely photos of work from this year and last. However I still can't decide how to organize the site as my work continues to develop in an abstracted direction, and how to make that evolution appear as natural as it is in my mind. At what point do you archive older images? Do people enjoy seeing trajectories and early work or is it distracting when a visitor wants to just see what an artist's work is like NOW for various opportunities? Research has turned up a case for both approaches.