Karen Finley’s “please don’t ever beat your wife,” Ink and watercolor on abaca fiber paper, mounted on board, maybe from 1990. … More Karen Finley, please don’t ever beat your wife, 1990?
Mike Egan, At Home Together, 2020, a painterly reflection on the Covid-19 virus and subsequent stay at home order. … More Mike Egan, At Home Together, 2020
While I enjoy photography, I’ve never really considered adding it to my collection. However, Aaron Siskind’s piece “Chicago 1957” really spoke to me – it has a very painterly quality IMO. Plus, it was a steal at auction so I couldn’t resist. Gravure print from the 1970s. … More Aaron Siskind, Chicago, 1957, 1970s
A print by SkyHawk, purchased maybe in 1989, maybe in Evanston. Might be the oldest art piece in my collection and the one I know the least about. … More SkyHawk, Homage to the Sun dance I, 1989
Untitled: bottle on chair, oil on stretched canvas, dated 1991 – an early piece in my collection from now New York based artist Robert Saaf. I knew him from working together in an art store. … More Robert Saaf, Untitled, 1991