The motif of three chairs in a room began my first pursuit investigating shifting variations of a recurring situation. It has proven to be a wellspring of ongoing engagement, inspiration, and exploration. Perhaps it is because three chairs frame space so readily. Perhaps it is because chairs are so easily anthropomorphized. As in most of my work, I am interested not only in the shifting of the physical positioning of the chairs in relation to each other, but more so, the shifting of attitudes of mark and questions of inquiry as I move from painting to painting.
Many of these works were exhibited at the DFN Gallery in New York City, Gallery 1261 in Denver, as well Rothschild Fine Art in Tel Aviv and Artspace in Jerusalem.
While many of these works are now in private collections, some of the work is still available. For more information concerning individual pieces please contact the artist’s studio.