Acrylic & Enamel on Canvas • 4′x4′ • Main Line, Philadelphia

Giant works populate a giant public space, behind the public population.

Peek-sneakers, behold two colossal canvases slated for an October 6th unveiling.

MilkBoy Acoustic

The sight of sound from last evening’s Sound & Vision opening reception.

Acrylic & Paint Marker on Skateboard • Exit Skateshop

A warm thanks to Exit Skateshop, Formation Skateboards and droves of peripheral pals for a warm reception on a chilly evening.

Arcadia Boutique

Join me in Northern Liberties as I unveil dozens of art adorned album jackets. In addition to the “groovy” wall candy, expect spinning by Philadelphia’s DJ iLLumadel, live art, art giveaways, a trunk show, munchies and spirits.

Thursday, September 17th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Arcadia Boutique
819 N. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19123

The collection of recycled record reliquaries will be on display throughout the autumn.

Spring Cleaning

Based on the popular descending auction unveiled at last year’s “One Night Stand“, I’m liquidating my artventory during a three week show at Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery.

A May 8th reception, including live art and music, kicks off the show. Framed paintings and large works on canvas will begin with a price tag of $600. Every four days, the prices will be cut in half. As the month ripens, the work will be less expensive and less likely to be available.

Another One Night Stand
Acrylic on Canvas & Board • Main Line Art Center

Thanks to all who populated Main Line Art Center’s recent One Night Stand. In the true spirit of one-night-stand-cheapness, I resurrected last year’s descending price structure.

Marrone & DeMuzio

David Robinson • Main Line Times • November, 2008

The phrase “passing the torch” may bring to mind the vision of our ancestors moving through darkened caves, with tiring elders handing the flame of leadership to the next generation. In the art world, “passing the torch” might be thought of as the moment when ancient hands drawing beasts and visions on cave walls pause to take the torch from eager apprentices and hand them charcoal and umber to begin their artistic journey.

MilkBoy Coffee in heart of Ardmore, will be the site of such an exchange First Friday, Dec. 5 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Welsh Valley Middle School’s charismatic art teacher, Todd Marrone, will be passing the torch to the young artist, Lower Merion senior Emmett DeMuzio. (more…)

Passing the Torch
Computer Embellished Drawing

If an event is held in the suburbs and there’s no flyer to promote it, does it make a sound?

Pass the Torch

I’m proud to announce an upcoming two-man show featuring the work of a very talented Lower Merion High School student, Emmett DeMuzio. Emmett and I will have artwork on display throughout the month of December at MilkBoy Coffee in Ardmore.

Join us on the evening of December 5th for a First Friday reception featuring live art and music.