EXHIBITION GRAPHICS

 

I’m all about deadlines. I began working in museums in 1992 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as a contractor producing and installing graphics. Using large format vertical screen printing methods as well as hand lettering I produced deadline oriented work for exhibitions on Cezanne, Van Gogh, DaVinci, Michelangelo, Picasso and endless others. Museum  work kept me busy day and night for over 20 years. Coming up in the museum world trained me to be responsive, prompt and timely. The show doesn’t open until the artists name is on the wall. While the museum graphics world has largely gone to digitally printed graphics, and my work has shifted back to traditional sign painting, I still do work for museums. It takes a special client to have the awareness of the quality of screen printed didactic panels.