GoGo Art Commission Reveal


Today I delivered and installed two commissioned paintings for GoGo’s Corporate Office Space downtown. These are hanging in the boardroom. The President and CEO of GoGo, Michael Small and his wife saw me speak on a panel this past Fall for the 1871 Momentum Awards. A few days later they visited me at the gallery

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Gene & Georgetti Vodka Label


During the 75th Anniversary party for Gene & Georgetti, they introduced their new vodka. I have licensed the image of my painting for their label. It’s a real honor to be involved with such a great Chicago landmark and have them as part of my extended family. Stop by the restaurant and try it out.

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The Gallery’s Online Shop


One of the great aspects of having a storefront gallery in a great city like Chicago is the exposure my work gets. People from all over the world stop in because the gallery is in a great location and the work is visible from the street. A couple of years ago, I had my website

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In Progress Paintings


I am currently working on a few pieces that should be finished soon. One of them is a 30″ x 40″ canvas of a downtown Chicago scene. This is a commissioned piece, a view from the 16th floor fire escape of the old Crain Communications building on the corner of Michigan Ave. and Wacker. Looking

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Conrad Moulton Art


My father, Conrad Moulton, attended Parson’s School of Design in New York in the early 1940s where he completed a four-year program in just two years. He became a well-known and celebrated illustrator while working as a freelance artist in NYC for nearly four decades during the print advertising boom. He was a member of

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