Our Lady of Lourdes Restoration Workshop Priest Project 2015


April 23, 2015: A day spent paying it back and paying it forward with the 2015 Roman Catholic candidates for ordination at the Offices of the Archdiocese of Newark, NJ.


Design in Depth: Beauty in the Details


A review of the contents of the Greenwich Show House.


Design in Depth: The Grand Tour


More on the Greenwich Show House


Area Artists Reflect on September 11, 2001


3 artists speak about how 9/11 influenced their work

The Studio Group Hidden Worlds at the Watchung Arts Center


A showcase of work from The Studio Group, a collective of artists dedicated to art at its highest standard

Talking Clay, Glass and the Montclair Art Museum's New Ceramics Studio


From the Montclair Patch, a review of the new ceramics and glass studio at The Montclair Art Museum's Yard School of Art.

Check out my piece, Button Goblet on the cover of the winter 2011 catalog!

Art Connections 7 at the George Segal Gallery


From The Montclair Patch, "West Orange’s ceramic and glass master Lisa G. Westheimer, also currently on view in Studio Montclair Galleries’ “Rendering Green” exhibit is represented here by “Horse Nebula,” an extraordinary ceramic exploration of the cosmos. "

Montclair Patch: SMI Rendering Green Show at the Virginia S Block Gallery


Studio Montclair Takes The LEED: Two Shows Explore Sustainability & The Arts

Terra


Review of the Terra Show at the New Jersey Arts Incubator


Nomadic Museum to camp on pier for three months


The Nomadic Museum was the last project I worked on in my life as a construction consultant. It was a really cool project.

A Broken Plaque Sparks an Artist's Calling


An article about my faith based work.

Jerseyans revved on electric cars


Sluggo is my electric car. He is from Canada. He can go 25 miles on a single charge at his maximum speed of 25mph. Everyone loves Sluggo. Enjoy the video about him too:

Driving Zenn

Thomas Edison's invention factory in West Orange is set to reopen


I spent about 60 hours cleaning the stuffed bald eagle which hangs in Thomas Edison's library. I nicknamed him Teddy after Theodore Roosevelt, the founder of the National Park Service. Teddy was acquired by Mr. Edison for the 1898 Paris Exhibition and hadn't been cleaned since. Make sure to click on the video at the very end of the article.
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