Eric is featured in the June 18 edition of the Chicago Tribune:
After three weeks I’m really starting to see a very different side to the whole Fire Sale. At first it seemed a lot less serious, almost laughable. Imagine an artist losing his mind and setting fire to all his work. That kind of thing. It didn’t bother me because I stored away my feelings towards these pieces along with them in the dust and cobwebs of my studio for the last 6 years. I haven’t even looked at them. It was just something from my past. Something that I know that today I could do better now that I’ve matured. But in the last three weeks, with each new sale, and a new face connecting to the art whether online or off, I find myself having to reconnect with the work. Now, I feel compelled to save all of it, just as many people have communicated to me via email or phone. I’ve set my mind to it and I believe they will all sell before June 20th.
It’s been a very stressful ride. I thank everyone who has been there for support. You know who you are.
Very pleased to announce “Odysseus and the Sirens” has received the Chairman’s Choice award in the 2010 International Salon among 1700 of the finest entries in contemporary realism from over 30 countries.
The Stations of the Cross commission for St. Therese Roman Catholic Church in Seattle, Washington is posted.
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Eric’s work was interviewed for a story on February 17, 2010 here
Eric is featured in the April Issue of Poets and Artists Magazine