firstname.lastname@example.org 1305 River Road Phoenicia
Darvie has painted
since the age of nine, and hails from a long line of artists in his
family. Others are painters, but the family also boasts a number of
potters, sculptors and jewelry designers.
He has mastered a number of techniques in a variety of media, including
charcoal, pen and ink, pastels, watercolors, acrylics and oils. He
also creates figure sculptures in clay, wax and stone.
Darvie has exhibited widely throughout the country, and has paintings
in many private collections. He also won an exceptional merit award
at the Degas Pastel Society in 1995, and his work was the featured
cover of American Artist’s “Pastel Highlights” 1996
A member of the Art Students League of New York, Darvie has studied
anatomy drawing, ecorche sculpting (showing the musculature of the
body without the skin, as in anatomical models) and stone sculpting.
E Piphany Metacine (Show, Shoppe, Person)
My Grandmother was an Abstract Expressionist
My mother read me a poem that meant god was everything
Andy Warhol wrote 'OK Andy Warhol' on my first Dada Police Communiqué.
My mentor said I was a Deconstructionist
I made Icons from the Temple of Dada
Now I live in an 1830 (first PO in Mt Tremper) house.
There are paintings, drawings, photos, and
many things for making altars and assemblage.
The side lawn (visible from RTE 212
has morphed from free table to whatever is becoming
Fraser and "Ta-Da" Art Shop - Main St. Phoenicia