Exhibition – McGill Library

A collection of my original linoleum cuts commissions from The New York Times is presented until October 24th – an even organized since August 30, by the Burnaby Art Gallery in British Columbia, Canada. This exhibition is also being held, at the same time, at a second location as well at The Bob Prittie Metrotown Library […]

“Gravure à Vivre” a French lecture on engraving

Thursday March 18th 2010 I have been invited to give a lecture at l’Association Culturelle Francophone in New York. The presentation took place at l’ Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie headquarter located 801 second Avenue. Here is some excerpts in English. Because of the nature the program as well as the hosting organizations this lecture was given in French only […]

Western Connecticut State University -” Under Pressure ” – Visiting Artist Lecture

A lecture given at Western Connecticut State University as part of it Master of Fine Arts Visual Arts Program.”Under Pressure” encompasses several meanings, is summering my art work execution and the work environment that commissions it as well. More broadly, in its manifestations life comes and goes with pressure….transformation, good or bad accrues from pressure.
My presentation aim to demonstrate how I have utilized the relief printing technique to create graphic images as a responds to news evens and writers’ opinions. This includes numerous visual examples such as some of my linoleum cuts assignments created for the Op-Ed section of The New York Times . The talk was followed by a critic of art student’s work […]