Notes on St. Denis
Notes on St. Denis
St. Denis, NY, NY
St. Denis, NY, NY

Across from Grace church Ink and water color on panel 11” x 17” 2017- 2018 The Howard collection, San Antonio TX

St. Denis: Light and Space
St. Denis: Light and Space

Ink and pen on paper 11” x 17” 2017- 2018 The Kohnen collection, San Antonio TX

St. Denis: Light and Space
St. Denis: Light and Space

Ink and pen on paper 11” x 17” 2017- 2018 The Kohnen collection, San Antonio TX

St. Denis: The Rose Window
St. Denis: The Rose Window

Watercolor on panel 11” x 17” 2017- 2018 The Echel , Pothe TX

St. Denis: The Rose Window
St. Denis: The Rose Window

Watercolor on panel 11” x 17” 2017- 2018 The Echel , Pothe TX

St. Denis: The Rose Window
St. Denis: The Rose Window

Acrylic on Canvas 48” x 49” x 3” 2017- 2018 The Erik Hausmann Collection, San Antonio TX

Light: Notes on St. Denis
Light: Notes on St. Denis

Light refraction 2017-2018

Light and Form
Light and Form

Pencil on paper (study) 18” x 4” 2017- 2018 The Kohnen Collection, San Antonio TX

Light and Form
Light and Form

Acrylic and ink on canvas 24” x 96” 2017- 2018 The Kohnen Collection, San Antonio TX

Notes on St. Denis

These were paintings and studies from my time in France starting in 2015 - 2020 or so. The series itself is mostly in personal notes in travel journals. A lot of small works are scattered in private collections and tons of work posted to Instagram and Facebook from the time of 2016 - 2019. The smaller works were made, to borrow a word from the French Artist Daniel Buren "In-Situ" or "In situation" meaning they were produced in a situation with a space and a time and place. These images presented are all over the map. Some studies on loose paper, others fully finished works. Even one is for my Aunt in her dinning room. Some images are good and some ok. These works are a smattering of findings or "notes". In the studio I have started to call things "Notes" or "Fragments". I am a painter, and in the words of Miles Davis "I'll play it first and tell you what it is called latter". The works are bi products of experiences and remain as such.