An artist can hope that one day one of his works might be shown in a museum. The only one of mine to attain this was an experimental video The Magic Box in a group show dedicated to emerging video art in 1970 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York city.
This artist can fantasize that one day one or more of my works would be acquired by a museum. More grandiosely, I can dream that I’ve had a major retrospective of my work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The series of images shown here fulfills that dream.
Past: Phd Clincal Psychology; Research scientist; Experimental Video Artist; Toy and Game inventor, designer, and product developer. Co-invented Tickle Me Elmo (my 15 minutes). Current: Contemporary conceptual visual artist, photographer, designer, and maker of book image projects.
SINGLE BIRD SNOWFLAKES Published November 27, 2013
MULTIPLE BIRD SNOWFLAKES Published November 27, 2013
ART SHOW BUTTERFLY BUTTERFLIES Published November 27, 2013
HEADLIGHTS AND TAILIGHTS Published September 23, 2013
IMAGINARY FLOWER BUTTERFLIES Published September 23, 2013
STALKING THE CENTRAL PARK TIGER Published September 20, 2013
AUDUBON BIRD BUTTERFLIES Published September 20, 2013
MY BUTTERFLY SHOW (selected works 2006-2013) Published September 20, 2013