I’m currently working with the author Jake Halpern on Welcome to the New World, a graphic narrative that documents the lives of a Syrian refugee family who have recently arrived in the U.S. It appears frequently in The New York Times / Sunday Review. You can see all the episodes at www.nytimes.com/newworld.
Here are some of my paintings on wood panel featuring Nimbus, the character from my graphic novels and comics. The paintings are about 14" x 20", and are based on my Travels of Nimbus series that I've been working on for several years. I love working on these paintings. They take about 6-8 weeks to complete and require a more relaxed way of working that is a nice complement to editorial assignments with quick deadlines. I'm preparing for 2 exhibits in the next year and am in a groove to complete several more of these soon.
To see more of this work, visit my Zen of Nimbus website.
Nimbus (the character from my graphic novels and comics) makes a rare appearance in his bathing attire at the 14th Street YMCA in one of two illustrations that appeared in the metropolitan section of The New York Times this past weekend.