ACB's blog

Back in Brooklyn

After another long drive, the paintings are all
back in my studio in Brooklyn. Thank you to everyone, especially Robin Thompson,
and Everett Adelman at NCWC for making the show such a success.

The painting which is a companion to
Sum is
almost finished. I hope to have it on the website shortly.

"Sum" Postcards

At the bottom of
my contact page
there is a form to submit your name/address
information for my mailing list.

If you
give me your information, I will send you a postcard of
Sum as a

Back to Work

I am currently working on a companion piece for
(same dimensions, similar conception); and a
series of smaller paintings (12 inches square). Check back soon for early images
of the work.

Images from the Solo Show at NCWC

The Mims Gallery at North Carolina Wesleyan
College. (Info)

The Mims Gallery

(X), Fiercer Than Sleep,
Untitled (Y)
in the Mims Gallery.

On the Road.

The paintings are packed up for the show, and as of
Wednesday at 5AM, I will be on the road, and unable to respond to emails for the
next little while.

As always, the
NCWC show
can be found on its dedicated page.


The last painting for the show is finished. It will
be appearing on the main site

Brewster, Sum, 2004. Oil
on canvas. 28 x 96 inches.

One-Person Show at North Carolina Wesleyan College

My first one-man show runs from April 2 - May 14 2004
at North
Carolina Wesleyan College
. Details to come, though the space is very
big, so consequently most of my large paintings should be in the show. The
Opening is at 7pm on Friday April 2.

Details can be found on the


New Painting (March)

I think the newest and final painting for the show at
North Carolina Wesleyan College has been finished. I am watching it dry, but it
should be appearing on the website soon. It is 28 inches high, by 96 inches

Two New Paintings 2/2004

New Paintings should be appearing on the website shortly.

"Untitled X" in Mid-Atlantic Painting 2004


was selected by Stephen Bennett
Phillips, curator of the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, to be included
in the exhibition. The exhibition runs from Jan 22, 2004 - March 5 2004 at the
Ridderhof Martin Gallery at Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA.
Congratulations to the other winners James Reick, and Mark

New Contact Information

I have moved to Brooklyn New York and maintain a
studio here.