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."
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, street art, glass windows, and scientific charts and illustrations."
In addition to an opening reception for the exhibition, a grand opening reception will be held for The InLiquid Gall...
Silvermine Art Center in New Canaan, CT is giving props to the little guys in their current exhibition. "Big Impressions, Small Presses: Small Independent Press Shops," has being organized as a snapshot of work being produced by some of the great indie printmaking shops today in the Northeast U.S.. "Curated in collaboration with James Reed, Collections Manager for Silvermine’s Gabor Peterdi International Print Collection," this show includes 9 independent presses that have "contributed in a significant way to the contemporary art of printmaking. Among their many specialties are original fine-art lithographs, hand-printed fine art editions, mixed-media prints...
Making It, theannual alumni exhibition at University of the Arts is on view from September 22 - October 20 in Hamilton Hall. This year's show, curated by Eric Preisendanz, "confirms the innovative ethos of...alumni as creators in evolving and diverse capacities and in changing, developing networks." Making Itfeatures two pieces of mine and twelve artists total whose work embodies "the creative spirit in a changing world":
The Stripescape prints continue their life on the road, now with a stop in Denver as part of Art Gym's second annual imPressedexhibition. Entitled Destructive Beauty, this show features 27 prints highlighting current trends in contemporary American printmaking across a variety of traditional, alternative, and experimental print processes.
I'll be represented this time by "Stripescape II", published by Petrichor Press.
imPressed: Destructive Beauty
Juried by Brandon Gunn and Gregory Santos
March 30 - April 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 30, 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Artist Talk with Juror Brandon Gunn: Saturday, April 1, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Catch my work featured in INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices in the Kay Gallery at BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown, MD. This exhibition features works by 52 regional artists "who choose both traditional and nontraditional printmaking processes to communicate images and words in multiple."
Techniques include engraving, lithography, woodcut, mixed media monotype, collograph, etching, aquatint, chine collé, screenprinting, letterpress, photogravure, cyanotype, solarplate processes, and archival inkjet printing.
Drawing is central to how I interpret the world. I'm pleased to announce my participation in Paper Work, a group exhibition at Snyderman-Works that surveys work by eleven Philadelphia-based artists "whose work is not only insightful and well-crafted, but also speaks to critical, social and cultural topics." Here, "paper retains primacy as the structural support or medium of expression."
I'll be represented by "Stacked Grid", the cardboard and paint piece above, as well as three prints from Petrichor Press, including the editioned "Stripescape" works as well as a one-of-a-kind variation signed as a color-trial-proof.
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.