Saturday, February 11, 2012


This artwork was stolen from The Comfy Cow on Frankfort Avenue on Sunday, February 5.  If you have any knowledge of its whereabouts or who took it, please call the Louisville Metro Police Department at 574-7111; or contact me or the management of The Comfy Cow.

The stolen artwork was an original pen and ink drawing; the framed size is approximately 11 x 14 (image size 7 x 10 inches).

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Showing at The Comfy Cow on Frankfort Avenue

Yesterday I put up nine drawings and paintings at a local dessert place, The Comfy Cow, on
Frankfort Avenue
.  One of their rooms has an area designated for display of local artists, and the manager there was helpful and gave me the freedom to put up a selection of artwork.  I put up most of what I wanted to hang, including all of my local landmark pen-and-ink drawings.

It will be up through the end of March.

After I was done putting up my works (and drinking a chocolate malt), I stopped at the nearby B. Deemer Gallery and enjoyed a retrospective of painter Robert Knipschild, who (I learned) was an instructor to well-known Louisville oil pastel artist Martin Rollins, as well as to two of my former university professors, Ying Kit Chan and Guinever Smith.

Here’s a picture I took yesterday when I was done putting up the artwork.  It’s a cell phone photo, so it’s not very high quality.