Archive for June, 2006

Alicia Puglionesi • Main Line Times Newspaper • June, 2006

Some people like to sit quietly and listen to music. Todd Marrone likes to dash around the room and slather paint on giant rolls of paper. “It’s all a matter of preference,” says Marrone, a Narberth-based artist whose work, in addition to appearing in bus shelters and train stations around the region, will be on display at Milkboy Coffee in Ardmore starting July 7.

For the show’s opening night, Marrone decided to eschew the traditional wine, cheese and black turtlenecks for a livelier presentation: He will paint along to the musical stylings of local band the Levelheads – thus ensuring, in his words, that “the house is properly rocked.” (more…)

It seems to me that there is a disproportionate number of famous albinos.

Computer Embellished Drawing

An original T-shirt graphic created for the Formation Skateboard Company.

Acrylic on Canvas • 24″x36″ • Private Collection

One of six paintings created in the Spring of 2006 using analogous color palettes. An analogous color harmony is one in which the colors are neighboring on the color wheel. Compelling, I know.