In the current issue of AANnews (April 2020) there is a photograph of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Neurology. They are sitting and standing in front of my painting, Reciprocal Altruism / Shelter.
The Academy built a new five-story building for their administrative offices, eight years ago. It is located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, directly across the street from the Guthrie Theater. My artwork is displayed on each of the floors, with the largest piece, this 5 x 12 foot painting, in the top floor’s meeting area. It is gratifying to see that my art works continue to be appreciated.
The underlying transformed photograph in this piece, is that of an outdoor installation, Shelter, which I constructed on Cornwallis Island, in the high Canadian arctic. Using the available stones, I built a shelter where two individuals could huddle and escape the wind howling over the barren land.