Entries by tja

Interview with TJA on the Jackson’s Art Blog

Jackson’s Art—one of the most popular online art shops in the UK—has featured the Renaissance Retreat with a great story and an interview with me on their blog.

Jewel

The first nude. And a great anecdote.

Self-Portrait with Kingsley

A good companion to the “Self-Portrait with Armor”. Both with the same hat; both under the watchful eye of the Maestro.

Self-Portrait with Armor

August 21st, 2017: I was surprised to discover this missing in the collection of Self-Portraits. Always good to be reminded of what I loved when I started, to see the distance traveled, and to note that some things haven’t changed.

10 Years at The American University of Rome

I’m very happy to continue in my role as Adjunct Faculty at The American University of Rome.  I celebrated my tenth consecutive year in September of 2016. About a month ago they launched a new website and I am most pleased with the careful attention they gave to publicizing their faculty.  Here is my new page in […]

“The Night Watch” Meets a Kingmaker

I was pleased to be a part of a group show held at the Galleria Farini Concept in Bologna this past January.  Here is the critique that accompanied the painting in the catalogue.

Salome in Waiting

“Salome” is available for purchase, including the frame, if desired. If you are interested, please contact me.

Memoria

“Memoria” is available for purchase, including the frame, if desired. If you are interested, please contact me.

The Night Watch

“The Night Watch” is available for purchase, including the frame, if desired. If you are interested, please contact me.

Visit the Studio in VR

Be sure to watch the video on Chrome or Firefox. (It doesn’t work on Safari.)

Discovery VR Atlas Italy

Thrilled to have been included in the first Discovery VR Atlas video.  You’ll catch me at the 2:06 minute mark; I’m doing a sketch in my studio of Claire, one of the members of the Discovery VR team. Many thanks to the entire Discovery VR team: Clarie, Griffin and Cory. As of this writing, the […]

The Portrait of Zia Marisa

One way to limit the use of photography in the studio: draw from life, paint from the drawing.