This weekend, I’ll start my 2012 outdoor art show season at the Westchester Festival of the Arts in Scarsdale, New York. This is a new show for me, so it’s a grand experiment (and adventure), as many shows are. In a couple of weeks, at the start of June, I’ll also exhibit my recent works at the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
To kick things off this year, I have some new cityscapes. One of them is featured here. It’s entitled, “Study, Night at the Rodeo” and it was inspired by a recent nighttime visit to the Columbus Circle area of New York City.
This piece is characterized as a “study” because I plan to create a larger piece based upon this motif at some point in the near future. The larger piece will differ somewhat in composition, but I wanted a second opportunity to explore this subject because I find it so fascinating. The carefully orchestrated and chaotic dance of taxi cab drivers is a never-ending source of fascination for me, and I enjoyed creating this piece because of its fun colors and dynamic shapes.
You can get a closer look at this piece in the Portfolio section of my web site. Enjoy!