Pop Art News & Events

Mike Bennett on the Road

Last week, Mike Bennett, our well-known local radio personality from WHUD radio brought his camera crew to the studio to interview me for his television show. I have been listening to Mike on WHUD for many years and it was …

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My Trip to Japan

I just returned from Japan last week….I go there twice a year to do shows for my Japanese distribution company, High Spirits & Yu. It's an incredible journey, really….an awfully LONG trip….it's not at all like going to Europe….very few …

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I was commissioned to create a Ketubah

I recently completed one of my most favorite private art commissions. Jaimie Perla and Gregg Furst came to me a few months before their recent wedding and asked me if i would consider creating a 3D pop art ketubah for …

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Chris Roberts-Antieau

Last week, my friend Joe Sano from the Capuchin Food Pantries in New York City sent me a fantastic gift, a book by an artist, who admittedly i had never heard of….Chris Roberts-Antieau. Chris is known for her “fabric paintings” …

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Plexiglass Sculptures…..Again

I originally blogged about these new plexiglass sculptures i was working on back in May. Unfortunately, i was just getting used to blogging and i accidentally deleted that one from the archive…so you can't go back and read it…sorry….I wrote …

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The Loss of Robert Rauschenberg

I know i'm a little late commenting on the death of the great Robert Rauschenberg, but someone mentioned his name to me today and it got me thinking…His death in May was a big loss to the art community. He …

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I was on the Today Show this morning…and then….

Wow. What a day. We started off at the NBC Studios where I was scheduled to do a Today Show television spot on the first of two Olympic Pins I have designed for NBC for the Beijing Games. The spot …

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I Love the Work of Red Grooms

I recently had the chance to see the Red Grooms exhibit at the Hudson River Museum here in Yonkers, NY. I first saw his work about twenty years ago at an exhibition inside Manhattan's Grand Central Station. I was amazed …

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