Here's some installation shots of my show, "Wood, Stone, Sky and Steel" at Jericho Advisors. It was nice to get there early and enjoy a drink with my wife and see all the work up. Shows are always good as a marking point, a time to see a large body of work together. Working away in the studio, I tend to cycle through paintings, and put them in my storage rack when they're done. I don't have a lot of wall space to hang them up, but occasionally I'll pull some out and revisit them. In this show, I included a few older paintings (2010ish) from Brooklyn, so it was interesting to see them in the context of the new work. The reception was great, along with a lot of positive feedback. More fuel as I get back to work on some new paintings...stay tuned for updates on those!