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After the Sun Goes Down Exhibition | GPAA

After the Sun Goes Down Exhibition | GPAA

  Honored to have been awarded Best of Show for the GPAA’s After the Sun Goes Down exhibition at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial. Thank you again to juror Birgit Hutteman-Holz and congratulations to all of the winners and participants. The show will run from December 11, 2017 – February 5, 2018. http://grossepointeartcenter.org

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BBAC Winter Term 2018 | January 8 - March 31

BBAC Winter Term 2018 | January 8 – March 31

Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center | Winter Term 2018 January 8 – March 31 This Winter Term I will be teaching the following classes: Draw & Paint: Contemporary Landscape | Tuesdays, 7:00 – 10:00 pm Painting: Contemporary Portrait in Oil | Wednesdays, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Painting: The Sea & Sky | Thursdays, 9:00 am […]

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DIALOGIST | Vol. IV, ISSUE II

House on Fulton, 5″ x 7″, Oil on panel I’m honored and excited to share that I’ve been featured in the newest issue of the DIALOGIST, an online Quarterly journal of Poetry & Art.  Check it out: https://dialogist.org/v4i2-edward-duff

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Hatchback XI Exhibition – HATCH Gallery

Mist Over Mount Rainier, 3″ x 9″, Oil on paper Excited to have my piece Mist Over Mount Rainier back from the framer and on display at the Hatchback XI exhibition. Thanks again to John Rowland Workshop for the beautiful frame. The show opens this Saturday, April 1, 6 to 10 pm – Opening Reception. […]

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103rd Annual Gold Medal Exhibition – The Scarab Club

Gloaming, 18″ x 36″, Oil on canvas, 2016 I’m honored to have my recent painting, Gloaming, in the Scarab Club’s 103rd Annual Gold Medal Exhibition. The Scarab Club is located in the Cultural Historic District in Midtown, Detroit immediately behind the Detroit Institute of Arts. Founded in 1907, the Scarab Club has maintained an important presence in […]

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Working Within a Smaller Studio Space

Above: A 30″ x 40″ canvas / work in progress As artists we typically need to improvise if we do not have access to a large studio space. For myself, I’m very fortunate to have a room with fairly high ceilings, a large north facing window, beautiful wood floors, and neutral off white walls. However, […]

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Work in progress – Into the West

The early stages – Into the West, 11″ x 14″, Oil on linen As usual, I’m juggling multiple works in progress. This is a new piece recently started, and I finally had some time over the last few days to get back to it. I’m always interested to see an artist’s process, especially the early […]

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