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I am proud to have my work featured in The Art of Man, a fine arts quarterly journal that seeks to bring balance to a genre of art that overwhelmingly favors the female figure. Every edition includes an historical reference, gallery interview, tips on collecting fine art, a directory to over 150 artists, and in-depth interviews with five artists who are courageous enough to focus on the male figure as a significant portion of their portfolio.
 
This journal focuses on classical images in traditional media like painting, drawing and sculpture.
 
I and my work are featured in issue #3. You can buy it here: The Art of Man. I now serve as the copy editor for the publication.
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I am a member of the Buffalo Society of Artists, one of the oldest continually operating arts organization in the country. It was established in 1891 to promote and expand the awareness of Western New York artists, and maintains the same mission today.
The Kubiak Gallery represents my work in Douglas, Michigan. Douglas and the nearby town of Saugatuck are on the "Art Coast of Michigan."
I am a featured artist on Barebrush. Barebrush offers the best nude art gallery online, featuring contests and artists. The goal of Barebrush is to increase the public awareness, acceptance and appreciation of the art of the nude.
I am a member of The Fine Arts League of Buffalo, founded in 1953 by a group of Buffalo artists who felt that realistic work was being discouraged by local art societies. Today, the League has expanded its scope to include all varieties of realism, including traditional, expressive, interpretive.
I am a member of the Buffalo Niagara Art Association,
an artistically diverse network of Western New York artists bonded together to promote community understanding and interest in the visual arts.