New and improved: The second edition of my book

After selling out the first edition of my first book “Masque et Bergamasque” published by Laurent De Verneuil and Lefevbre Et Fils Galerie. Lord Byron Publishing has published the second Edition. Currently only in Paris, but will soon be available in the USA and worldwide.

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CLAYTOPIA, curated by Matt Nolen

I was thrilled to be invited to participate in Claytopia, a show curated by Matt Nolen, for Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City, Feb 20th to March 15th. The exhibition featured 40 artists working in clay in NY. I was excited when asked to create a large installation, I did so with over 35 works. […]

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Ceschi releases Love Song For Apocalypse Single using a few of my images.

I once again feel extremely privileged and fortunate to be included in one of my favorite musicians projects, providing the artwork for one of Ceschi’s singles and a remix of the same song, Love Song For The Apocalypse. One of my favorite songs of his. Download the song here: https://ceschi.bandcamp.com/track/love-song-for-the-apocalypse or listen to it on […]

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Pareidolia, a curated group show at Emmanuel Barbault

I had the great fortune to work with Emmanuel Barbault Gallery in co curating Pareidolia, a group show with works by Corey Escoto, Eliot Greenwald, and Elizabeth Ferry. Emmanuel Barbault Gallery is pleased to announce Pareidolia, an exhibition co-curated by Emmanuel Barbault and Derek Weisberg featuring three New York based artists. The Virgin Mary in […]

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Artwork for Factor Chandelier’s new album First Storm

I and thrilled and honored to have made the artwork for Factor Chandelier’s new album, here is the cover for First Storm You can stream on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5EntoVfCSDi6xVB5sa1L5cOR buy the physical copy: https://factorchandelier.bandcamp.com

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Your Soul is A Chosen Landscape

I am thrilled to be having a solo exhibition in Paris, at Galerie Lefebvre et Fils. This will be my first solo exhibition with the gallery and in Europe at large. I will be showing new ceramic sculptures made during a month long residency in Versailles, France. Most of the sculptures are made with porcelain, […]

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NEW BOOK

I am very excited to announce the release and publication of a new book on my work. “Masque et Bergamasque” 200 pages, hardcover, featuring work that spans the last 7 or so years with an essay written in French by Laurent de Verneuil and translated into English. ONLY 200 copies, and will be numbered. This […]

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Why We’re Still Making Pinch Pots

Casey Lesser wrote an article for Artsy about ceramics and pinch pots and she asked me a few questions. I was happy to be included in the article and to add a few observations. Thanks for including me Casey. Article below: Why We’re Still Making Pinch Pots Casey Lesser Sep 13, 2019 5:25pm On a […]

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Eazel Virtual tour of my studio at Sharpe Walentas

Eazel came out to my studio at the Sharpe Walentas Studios and shot an interactive immersive studio tour.  You can click through and see all the details of my studio, from all the sculptures and collages in the room down to the details of the faces, even to what I was drinking that day.  Technology […]

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Sharpe Walentas Open Studio 2019

I am thrilled to be participating in this year’s Sharpe Walentas Open Studios.  Come out to DUMBO and say hello   SHARPE WALENTAS STUDIO PROGRAM 20 Jay st unit 720 Brooklyn NY 11201 Friday April 26th 6-9pm Saturday April 27th and Sunday April 28th  1-6pm    

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Architectural Digest Story

A huge thank you to Hadley Keller and AD Magazine for doing a story on Alice Mackler and I and our2 person  show at Kerry Schuss Gallery. A Teacher-Student Relationship Leads to a Dual Show After years in Derek Weisberg’s class at Greenwich House Pottery, Alice Mackler invites him to join her latest show TEXT […]

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VOYAGE MIA interview

Today we’d like to introduce you to Derek Weisberg. Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours? I began sculpting at a very early age starting with the medium of mashed potatoes as soon as I could hold a fork and knife, moving onto action figure assemblage when I could […]

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