Serigraphs (Screen prints). Prices include framing, P&H

Juggler
Juggler

Amid the grime and sleaze of New York’s 42nd Street of the 80’s, a shaft of light reveals a street performer. Seeing this juggler was one of those rare and wonderful moments of incongruity in my life, analogous to finding a flower growing in muck. The performer juggles balls from which Pegasus hatches. The use of the Pegasus icon adds to the aura of the ethereal. $500

OWL AND PUSSYCAT
OWL AND PUSSYCAT

This is an image that was created entirely in the computer. It is based on a favorite children’s nursery rhyme The Owl and the Pussy Cat by Edward Lear, who is famous for so-called nonsense rhymes. I prefer to call them rhymes of fancy. The imagery is developed in keeping with the fanciful atmosphere of the poem $500

Folio Fantasia
Folio Fantasia

It is autumn, and leaves are caught in flight as they drift toward the earth. $500

Hey! Diddle Diddle
Hey! Diddle Diddle

Hey! Diddle, Diddle The Cat and the Fiddle The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed to see such sport And the dish ran away with the spoon. $550

Lydig Avenue
Lydig Avenue

I have had a enduring obsession with the film La Strada. As in all his works, Fellini permeates everyday life with an aura of fantasy and myth . “Lydig Avenue” adds images of ghostly buildings of 1940’s Bronx Architecture and a clown riding a tricycle along telephone wires. Nostalgia is infused with a note of romance. $850

Brighton Beach Memories
Brighton Beach Memories

This print juxtaposes glimpses of the past in montages of memory. My parents’ wedding picture floats on a red brick tenement in Brooklyn like an old, faded poster. The vision of Brighton Beach shows business establishments that had meaning in my mother’s life. Anyone familiar with Brighten Beach would recognize that I took some liberties here. $650

My Father's Tallis
My Father's Tallis
Tallis in Time
Tallis in Time

A prayer shawl drifts above a dark blue New York skyline super-imposed upon a whitewashed, Middle Eastern city. $350

FANTASY ON A PERSIAN RUG
FANTASY ON A PERSIAN RUG

In this work, which masquerades as lovely gentility, there is a note of the sinister. A cat (my Himalayan, Shalimar) eyes a winged horse incongruously swimming in a goldfish bowl. A feather suspended in the upper left hand, indicates that the cat has had a previous victim. $450

Ode to the Muse
Ode to the Muse

Set before a classic backdrop, this little dance scene reads like the animation of the ballet figure, the arabesque. The depiction is reminiscent of the work of Edward Muybridge, the pioneer photographer, whose still photos look like movies condensed on a single image. Whereas his focus was on experimentation, mine is on the expressiveness of color, and an aura of the ethereal against a classic backdrop. $450