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,
Many have observed the unique role artists and creatives play in troubled times. Beyond helping the public understand issues and events in new ways through artistic expression, history has plenty of examples where artists have gotten their hands dirty by organizing on behalf of progressive causes.
#CollectiveActionPHL, organized by Streets Dept, seeks to advance these causes by empowering organizations that are already well positioned to do so and by placing art at the cente
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.
Twenty works of mine are now adorning hallways and patient spaces at Jefferson Hospital's Sydney Kimmel Center for Radiation Oncology. New Urban Optics presents my work alongside fellow Philadelphian artist Anthony Torcasio through a project with Revolvd Art, which curates exhibitions of local artists within commercial and non-traditional spaces. The aesthetic results are pretty strange - juxtaposing fine art alongside scales, medical equipment, and numerous Purell dispensers