The 14 Stations

Oil paintings on clear vinyl stretched over a framework of bent electical conduit. Several types of glossy enamel bonded well, but Varathane seemed to work the best and I liked the limited but intense palette of available colors.
There were several group exhibitions in both New York and Seattle. "JUMP UP JESUS" was shown in a group exhibition entitled "New Blood" at the Gabrielle Bryers Gallery in SOHO.
"ME" was shown in a group show of self portraits at the Linda Farris Gallery in Seattle.

The "BIG DOGFIGHT" triptych was part of my first New York solo exhibition the next year in 1984.

"The 14 Stations" were not shown until Easter of 1985 in a special one week exhibition at Colin De Land's Vox Populi Gallery on East 6th Street in New York City.

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"The 14 Stations" 1983, 14 panels, 6ft. x 4ft. 6in. each, oil on clear vinyl.

 

"JUMP UP JESUS", 1983, 2 panels, 6ft. x 4ft. 6in. each, oil on clear vinyl.

 

"BIG DOGFIGHT!" 1983, 3 panels, 6ft. x 4ft. 6in. each, oil on clear vinyl.

 

"Untitled1", "Untitled2", 1983, 6ft. x 4ft. 6in. each, oil on vinyl.

 

"HOME AT LAST", "SAFE AT LAST", "OUR FRIEND BLOOD", 1983, 4ft. 6in. x 6ft. each, oil on vinyl.

 

"ME", 1983, 3ft. x 2ft., oil on clear vinyl.