"Palimpsest 24"
watercolor & acrylic on paper
23"w x 23"h
2014
     "Caught between the righteous moralist and the clinical
      intellectual, boats of the reasonable list and founder
      as between a rocky cliff and a tempestuous sea."
                – Anon.
"Palimpsest: Acedia III"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
23 3/4"w x 21 1/2"h
2014
"Palimpsest: Acedia II"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
23 3/4"w x 21 1/2"h
2013
"Palimpsest: Acedia I"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
23 3/4"w x 21 1/2"h
2014
"Palimpsest: Acedia I" (detail)
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
23 3/4"w x 21 1/2"h
2014
Late nights.
Late nights.
 Dowd Gallery, Cortland, NY
January 21-March 7, 2014
Matt Kuhlman interviewed me back in March.
"Palimpsest: Prayer Book For a Drunk Noah V"
watercolor & gold leaf on paper with antique book
10 3/4"w x 7"h x 1"d
2013
“And he drank of the wine, and was drunken; 
and he was uncovered within his tent.” – Genesis 9:21

Having fulfilled the task God had set before him, 
Noah—the last good man, got drunk and naked.
Motorcycles are fun!
"Palimpsest: Prayer Book For a Drunk Noah IV"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
19"w x 22"h
2013

"Palimpsest: Prayer Book For a Drunk Noah III"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
19"w x 22"h
2013

"Palimpsest: Prayer Book For a Drunk Noah II"
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
16"w x 21"h
2013
"Palimpsest: Prayer Book For a Drunk Noah I"
watercolor & gold leaf on paper
16"w x 21"h
2013
"Palimpsest II: Apostles, Prophets & Messiahs 40"
watercolor & gold leaf on paper
8 3/4"w x 11"h
2013
Cocaine & Abel LIVE at LMAK Projects 2013
Pencil Under-Drawing

In The Studio


Palimpsest III
Russell Nachman

February 16 - March 24, 2013
Opening on Saturday February 16 from 6 - 9pm
139 Eldridge Street
New York NY 10002
"Palimpsest III: catalog 46c"
watercolor, gold leaf & Acrylic on paper
44.5"w x 29"h
2013
"God damn it, I feel frightful myself—I have that false
Etruscan feeling of sitting on my tail at home while
etcetera etcetera is on the march to Rome [...]"
– John Dos Passos (to F. S. Fitzgerald)

"These woods are for living..."
– Anon.