3 Paintings

On Decembers full moon on 12.08.22 from 6 to 8 pm at Ceres Gallery 547 W 27th St 2nd floor there is an opening of a group show wherein I will have 3 paintings displayed. 1 old, 1 newer and 1 newist.

A portrait, a back and a house.

If you can’t make it to the opening, you can view my work at the gallery Tuesday 12/6 from noon to 6 pm through Saturday 12/10.

And if you’re still interested, and W 27th between 10th and 11th ave is just beyond your wanderings, I will be posting a picture of my 3 works hung HERE… once I’ve put them on the wall on Monday the 5th.

As promised.

Color photo copy of an adobe piece that I also had printed on a 48″ x about 48″ vinyl banner. This I spray adhesived various places locally. its about 11″ x 11″. Copies drop box availavl
Here’s a closeup.

Original Graphics posted in various areas of the East Village NYC

before Covid struck.

Combining my interest in public art, sculpture and activism.

And my despair concerning the “slow moving tsunami” [Chris Hedges] that is the looming climate breakdown.

QR takes you to:

Common Sense for the 21st Century by Roger Hallam cofounder of Extinction Rebellion.

On a different note….Private collection. Plaster fabric, wood and twigs. Acrylic. About 23″ x 15″

and another note….also private collection. Same materials. Smaller

Plaster, plywood, pieces of brick, a twig and a feather…..Other! Private. A little larger.

Lousy effort at a Chaim Soutine, but sold anyway. 24″ x 24″? Don’t remember, can’t find the person who bought it and hung it in his kitchen.

More successful take off on a Soutine. Private collection. This will be on view at Ceres 12/6 to 12/10.

Another Exploration of Arthur Dove: 1923 River Bottom2012 Quarry stones, aluminum screening, plaster gauze, acrylic paint. 10″ x 12″ x 3″. Private collection.

this began as a take off of an Arthur Dove, an early American Abstractionist. Had a studio in the Hudson River Valle. 1880 – 1946. Privately collected

Inspired from a replica of the Venus of Willendorf
2012 brick, plywood, appropriated resin reproduction Approximately 9″ x 6″ x 2.5″ Available.

a reproduction of a reproduction of a piece in honor of Ron Gorchov’s aesthetic explorations with quote from Walter Benjamin’s “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” (1935). Erudite, no?

Private collection

Early 80’s Cast plaster and acrylic 17″ X 2″ Available.
80’s Cast plaster and acrylic 11″ x 11″ x 1.5″ © Before their time, revolutionaries seized power on the island of Grenada with the agenda to build a socialist society. Apparently internicine struggle ended it quickly, but still the U.S. had to invade to make sure no such remnants existed that might dare. Available.


Early 80’s Cast plaster and acrylic 11″ x 11″ x 1.5″ the Order of Lenin One of histories towering genius’. 2 left and available.

a rendering of Arthur Dove’s Ferry Boat Wreck. Did 3 or 4 of these with various colors. Wood base and plaster cast shape. Available

Dubuffet knock off….needs work.
A series in exploration of artist Ron Gorchov’s work.
this was made to look like a Gorchov seen from the side, but you are looking at the piece “head on,” Privately possessed
A piece from a study in stone.
02-2013 twigs, glue 4″ x 16″
stones, plywood, glule 3″ x 2″ x 1″

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Art and politics by Jonathan Keller