"Structures is an exploration of structural systems that we see, construct, experience, and that permeate our daily lives." This exhibition is organized into three subsections spanning galleries across the towers at Park Towne Place Museum District Residences. In Frame (South Tower), the works "relate to the act of framing either in their invocation of architecture, or in using one material to highlight another." In Shelter (North Tower), the works "utilize base forms that in
My drawing, "Mirror and Fold," is available for bidding via the InLiquid Benefit, a silent auction fundraiser for the Philly organization that promotes local artists. This intricate graphite drawing plays two perspectives of architecture against one another, one of depth and density and the other flat but warping, through an imagined view in center city, Philadelphia. The work will be on view for the Benefit auction at the Icebox at Crane Arts Center starting Friday, February
Entrances and Exits is now on view at the Crane Arts Building, Philadelphia. Take a look at some installation views of this handsome exhibition featuring work by Matthew Borgen, Laura Krasnow, and me. Curated by Mat Tomezko for InLiquid, the work in the show "takes a playful approach to surface and the picture plane...contains multiple points of view, creates and breaks the illusion, and subverts traditional notions of pictorial space and compositional elements." The exhibiti
Entrances and Exits, featuring Matthew Borgen, Laura Krasnow, and me, "takes a playful approach to surface and the picture plane. The artwork contains multiple points of view, creates and breaks the illusion, and subverts traditional notions of pictorial space and compositional elements. With an eclectic mix of interests and influences, the artists in this show make unusual connections between a wide range of subject and styles including comic book panels, postwar modernism,
My piece, "Fold-Up Template", is available for bidding via the InLiquid Benefit, a silent auction fundraiser for the Philly organization that promotes local artists. This intricate graphite drawing takes a look at multiple perspectives of architecture through one view in center city, Philadelphia. The work will be on view for the Benefit auction at the Icebox at Crane Arts Center starting Thursday, November 2, however, you can still bid in advance.
Edit: This work has sold.
Eight works of mine will be featured in "Reinterpreting Landscape and Nature," a group exhibition at Stanek Gallery in Philadelphia. Curated by Barbara Harberger and presented by InLiquid, this exhibition explores the work of eight artists who interpret natural forms in uniquely abstract ways.
The artists include Margery Amdur, Won Choi, Rebecca Jacoby, Mallary Johnson, Michele Kishita, Tom Miles, Miriam Singer, and myself. Explore the virtual show on Artsy.
Here's my contribution to the InLiquid Chairity project, which brings art and furniture together to build a stronger artist community. Philadelphia artists have transformed twenty chairs into one-of-a-kind artworks for display and silent auction at both Dane Decor showrooms in Philadelphia and Downingtown. #InLiquid #DaneDecor #painting #furniture #silentauction #gif
Preview and online bidding opens: Friday, January 24, 2014 VIP Preview Party: Saturday, February 8, 5–7 pm InLiquid v.14 Silent Auction Benefit Saturday, February 8, 7–10 pm The Ice Box
Crane Arts Building 1400 N. American St. Philadelphia, PA 19122 #benefit #artauction #silentauction #CraneArts #InLiquid