- Article in the Hudson Valley Times about me and two other artists’ work at the Dorsky show in 2011.
- Archived article from 2007 on Dennis Cooper’s Blog about the “Userlands” book release even in Detroit, where my video “Metaphase” premiered.
- Archived article from 2003 by Jeff Youngblood in “The Scatter”, a weekly arts and entertainment section of The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO.
My other sites:
- My companion blog for davehebb.com.
- My Etsy shop with works for sale – other works can be added by request.
- PostUrban Contemporary Art is a small gallery that I run in Kingston, NY.
- The Woodstock Video Art Biennial is a video festival run by my friend Keiko Sono that I’m involved with.
My fabulous artist friends’ sites:
- Taly and Russ Johnson are a husband and wife team of video and collage artists and have been my close friends for more than 25 years.
- Keiko Sono is a close friend and sometimes collaborator who also works with time-based video and photography.
- Andrew Kavanagh is a friend and a Photoshop genius! Check out his amazing photomontages on his site and follow him on Facebook.
- MichelleyQueenofQueens is a good friend from way back who does all kinds of crazy beautiful haunting paintings, low-brow, hi-brow, tattoos… the girl can’t stop!
- NYFA Mark 10 was a professional career development program I participated in sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts. I met many wonderful and talented artists through the program, and below are links to some of their sites, in no particular order:
- Carlos Loret de Mola is a photographer living in Hudson, NY, whose work explores some similar themes as my own. I particularly like his “Being Upstate” series.
- Kathleen Sherin is a Buffalo, NY based artist who creates abstract collages, incorporating various printmaking and painting techniques. Her “Border” series explores the
- Oreen Cohen and I share a fascination with combining industrial and natural decay, most evident in her found object sculptural installations.
- Dorothy Fitzgerald is an accomplished painter living in Buffalo, NY, who creates bold mixed media collage paintings that explore emotional and philosophical issues relating to spirituality vs. sexuality. She also has a blog where she opens up her studio and process.
- Nancy Muller paints landscapes and portraits that are both sensitive and expressionistic. Her style is loose, but captures the soft qualities of light and expression.
- Patti Robinson is an avid and eclectic collector and creator. Her mixed media collages and sculptures combine anything and everything to create fantastic new visions.
- Jean Luongo paints people and things with both humor and a sense of purpose.
- Rebecca Adams navigates between beauty and expressive decay with her mixed media paintings.
- Barbara Stout does some amazing drawings, paintings and installations, both portraiture and abstract.
- Yolanda Sharpe is a friend who does amazing abstract encaustic paintings and ink drawings.