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Vector Space Paradox

Downstairs conference room at the historic AIA Baltimore / Baltimore Architecture Foundation offices and bookstore on Chase Street, a great crowd for the event, opening reception for this solo exhibition of 14 paintings including the…

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Time Travel

I did NOT travel in time and have a laugh with a young Francis Ford Coppola. That’s my friend, Pablo Van Winkle, another Baltimore artist. We’re at the opening reception for my solo exhibition Vector…

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Backstage Banner

This was a remarkable addition to the art for the event; a couple of weeks before, the design committee leader Yvonne Yen suggested maybe I could paint or create a banner to go behind the…

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TEDxJHU featured artist

The “Ornaments Of Logic” display assembly was built by Scott Pennington to my design, which he refined quite a bit in the just-in-time construction process completed in about two weeks. Maria Mendoza also collaborated with…

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Ornaments of Logic

We put together the completed display assembly for this piece today in my studio, my friend Scott Pennington did a fantastic and masterful job building the circular structure of wood and aluminum, to a minimalist…

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Under Construction

The theme for TEDxJHU is “Under Construction,” and the scalable process of construction to me signifies continuous learning, the study of best practices and creating prototypes and models to build things to a larger scale.…

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TEDxJHU Featured Artist

When I participated in the Madonnari Festival last October, I created a chalk art piece on the pavement consisting of large triangles, and a photographer stopped by who was taking pictures of artists’ dust-covered hands…

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