I am selling silverpoint drawings online at Saatchi! A selection of a dozen or so of my works are listed for sale and ready to be shipped from my Wheat Ridge, Colorado studio to collectors all around the world. The drawings will be sold either loose or in mats, and are priced from the mid $300 to the mid $700 range. More drawings will be added over time, from all of my series. If you've ever wanted to own one, please head over to my page at Saatchi Online

Giant Scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer), 2017, silverpoint on prepared paper, 6 1/2 x 9 inches (sheet size)

Giant Scorpion (Heterometrus spinifer), 2017, silverpoint on prepared paper, 

6 1/2 x 9 inches (sheet size). Available for sale at Saatchi Online.

I will be exhibiting two works at the Daughtrey Gallery at Hillsdale College in Michigan in a show called Argentum: Contemporary Silverpoint. The exhibition, curated by Laura Amalia Redding, will run October 18th through November 20th, 2019 with an opening reception on October 18th. Link to the gallery here. More information will be posted as the date approaches.

Caldera, 2019, silverpoint on casein-prepared paper, 11 x 15 inches (sheet size)

An exhibition featuring metalpoint artists alongside metalworkers was held at the Baltimore Jewelry Center in Maryland. Drawing Down ran from April 19 and to May 31, 2019 The exhibition featured many of my metalpoint compadres, including Robyn Ellenbogen, Mike Nichols, Carol Prusa, and Susan Schwalb, alongside many other 2D artists, notable jewelers, and metalsmiths. More info can be found here:

Metalpoint artist Susan Schwalb and I have written have written a book on metalpoint technique, due out this December from Routledge.  Silverpoint and Metalpoint Drawing: A Complete Guide to the Medium is the first comprehensive guide to the medium, fully illustrated in color with chapters on technique, history and a gallery of contemporary metalpoint masters. Contributions by Carol Prusa and Thea Burns, with a foreword by Bruce Weber. Order it directly from the publisher here or from

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